• WhatsApp Will Soon Support YouTube Videos Within The App

    4 monthes ago - By Ubergizmo

    If there is one gripe that we're sure many users have of WhatsApp is that whenever you share a YouTube video, it comes in the form of a link where clicking it will exit the app and launch YouTube. This means that the conversation will be interrupted as a result. However that is expected to change in the future. According to the folks at WABetaInfo , it seems that WhatsApp is testing out a feature that will allow users to play YouTube videos within the app itself. This is actually not a new feature as a few months back, WhatsApp rival Viber added inline YouTube video support so we guess it...
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  • Are you more inclined to click on an AMP link than a regular one?

    Are you more inclined to click on an AMP link than a regular one?

    4 monthes ago - By 9to5Google

    Over the weekend, we noticed that the news articles that are served to users through Google Now are now Accelerated Mobile Pages. AMP links take users to a stripped down version of a publisher's website that only includes the news story, advertisements, and some site specific styling. What these give users is a clean and easy to read website that doesn't use their data to load an entire mobile site.
    Do you ever find yourself in situations where you would be more likely to click an AMP link rather than a regular one?
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