Many longtime Plex users prefer to maintain a completely local media library and don’t want new online media sources such as Web Shows, Podcasts, and News to clutter up the Plex client interface for them and their users. Thankfully, Plex Web Shows can be disabled. Here’s how.
While Apple has added picture-in-picture support directly into its operating system, Chrome’s picture-in-picture capabilities are part of the browser itself, which means that it works on Windows, too. So if you’d like to easily watch your favorite web videos while focusing on other work in the foreground, here’s how to use Chrome picture-in-picture in Windows.
The latest version of Chrome finally adds support for Picture in Picture video in macOS, letting you keep watching your favorite web videos while working on different websites or apps. Here’s how it works.
The sleek new YouTube Dark Theme is available for desktop web browsers, too. Here’s how to enable it for both guest and user accounts, although you may have to modify a few YouTube preferences first.
Tired of the YouTube app’s default white color scheme? Here’s how to check out and enable the new Dark Theme in the YouTube app for iOS, which replaces the whites and light gray colors with blacks and dark grays for a sleeker look that’s easier on the eyes at night.
There’s a new entrant in the IPTV industry. Google’s YouTube TV promises great DVR support and live local channels, but with limited channel and market availability, can its positives outweigh the negatives? Check out our initial review of the latest live TV streaming service.
The iPad’s picture-in-picture mode comes to the Mac in macOS Sierra. Here’s a look at how it works, its limitations, and how it compares to existing video solutions in macOS.
Want to watch certain YouTube videos over and over again? There’s no longer any need to rely on huge uploads or third party browser plugins. Native YouTube looping is now available, and here’s how it works.
YouTube is reportedly planning to block the music videos of indie artists and labels who don’t agree to the company’s terms for its new paid subscription tier.
YouTube released its annual Rewind for 2013, listing the top 10 videos of the year. Unsurprisingly, music videos and comedy are well-represented, although a few marketing campaigns also gained enough traction to make the list.