Google manages to stay busy by rolling out their new Android 4.4 Kit Kat to new devices, catching up other devices to Android 4.3, getting Google Fiber to the masses with a new 35 city plan, easing public opinion of the Google Glass, promoting the Google Chrome, and more. The list is almost endless and with a technology company the size of Google and with its fingers in as many pots as Google, it makes sense.
Of course Google has its team at work with improving YouTube. One of the improvements is to playlists. Via your YouTube guide—located to the left while on YouTube—you will now be able to find the playlists you’ve created readily available. Prior to this change you had to click on “Playlist” which was located near the top beneath “Social”.
Another improvement that might prove more readily visible is a change in alignment of page. Now in the center and with more space, you’ll be able to shift between “What To Watch” and “My Subscriptions” via tabs near the top. If you should ever want to see you playlists, subscriptions, and all of that, use the guide icon next to the YouTube logo.
What do you think of the new YouTube improvements? Thumbs up? Could be better? Let us know in the comments below.
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