Launches Video Sharing App | Google Playstore |Google’s Startup Project

 Launches Video Sharing App | Google Playstore |Google’s Startup Project
Google’s video sharing uptime app.The Google Zone 120 startup incubator has introduced a new iOS app that allows users to watch YouTube video simultaneously on their iPhones. Uptime adopts many social features commonly found in social video streaming applications like Periscope – live commentaries, feedback, etc. – and applies them to YouTube videos. The Uptime application is very limited at this time and you can not access it without an invitation.
However, at times when users can not record or stream videos, clips can only be shared with YouTube.
You can try Uptime for yourself by typing it from the App Store.
Google opened the Zone 120 bootstrap a year ago, allowing its employees to work on their own business ideas. You can see just how long along a person is in a particular video and there is also a chat feature to comment on the video. As you watch a video, you can see an icon in your Google account moving around the screen to signify the progress of the video. They can, however, get daily video recommendations from their friends.
– Interact and talk while watching videos.
You can search for videos in the app or enter a YouTube URL in the search box to find something specific.
Google and YouTube have slowly but surely developed ways to gather video-watchers. During playback, you can type comments, use one of the six integrated reaction emoji or move your finger around the screen to create a sparkling effect. Users can also tag the video they send to their friends with a caption that lets them know what they think of the video.
The disadvantage is that you will not be able to watch very high quality videos such as 1080p or 720p; This means of course that you are limited to basic or standard quality clips.
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