YouTube Go: How to Download and Share Videos on YouTube Offline - PhoneWorld Magazine (press release) (blog)

YouTube launched its offline video streaming App “Youtube Go” on 1st September 2015. This App is actually designed for areas where there is poor or no internet coverage. Today we will discuss YouTube Go: How to Download and Share Videos on ...

How to Download Netflix Movies to Watch Offline - Tom's Guide

Netflix is the top destination for streaming movies, television shows and documentaries. But sometimes, like when you're on a plane, you might not have an Internet connection readily available. The answer? Offline viewing. From your mobile device, you ...

This is how you can download and share videos on YouTube offline - The Express Tribune

Google launched an offline version of its popular video streaming app called YouTube Go in September last year. The app is designed for areas with limited or poor data connection and allows users to download videos that can be viewed later offline.

Play Store showing both original and sale prices for apps (Update: temporary free ban lifted?) - Android Authority (blog)

Update: Google has historically maintained a weird rule that forbids developers from temporarily offering their apps for free and then returning them to their regular price, as both Amazon and Apple allow. But Google may have finally relented on this ...

Google might remove millions of apps from Play Store soon - TechJuice (press release) (blog)

Google will limit the visibility and/or remove those applications from the Google Play Store which are violating company's User Data Policy by March 15, 2017. The warning notices are being sent through emails to the app developers worldwide who do not ...

Deal: New customers can get Google Play Music and YouTube Red free for 4 months - Android Authority (blog)

If you have yet to try out Google Play Music and YouTube Red because you didn't want to pay $9.99 a month, there's some good news. Google has once again launched a promotion that lets new customers try out both services for free for four months.