The administrators of the "YouTube" application for phones and smart devices announced a new package of modifications and features that will be introduced to the application soon to make it easier to use.

Among the important features that the application will get is a feature that will allow video makers to divide video clips into parts and name each section separately, which will make it easier for users to see the clip that will suit them without having to view the entire video.

As for the other feature that will interest many users, it is related to the way the videos are displayed. Currently, the videos can be viewed on the full screen through the "YouTube" application by either clicking on the zoom in the image button or rotating the phone or mobile device, but with the introduction of the new feature the user will be able to swipe his finger on a window The video from the bottom to the top to show the image on the full screen, and slide the finger from the top to the bottom to return the image to its normal size.

The modifications in the application will include the Enable Subtitle button, which will move from the settings menu to the main screen, as well as the automatic video playback button.

In the "YouTube" application for phones, there are currently many features that are unknown to many users, such as the advantage of passing video time back and forth by quickly clicking on the top of the display screen on the left or right.

Source: ixbit

By:Nadeemy Haded

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