- 08-07-2012, 07:34 AM #27
^ You're ignorant.
What about when you want to upload a video to YouTube? How are you supposed to do that? Never have I seen such a conglomeration of people join together to deny the obvious.
I don't want to download third party applications. They don't have the fitness and professionalism and they generally don't work as well. Even the a chrome browser is not integrated into the OS which makes it more difficult to use.
- 08-07-2012, 07:50 AM #29
In some cases they're much much better. For some people, the first thing they go and do when they get a new iPhone is to open it out of the box, delete ALL the stock applications and put their own applications on it. Which is fine. I think a lot more people will be doing that. They'll have to. Case in point, YouTube. Maps. And the list just keeps on a rollin'.
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- 08-07-2012, 08:49 AM #35
Yes, I have tried the web version. Once you watch a video, you're stuck watching that video, you can't do anything else while you're watching the video. In Safari, that is.
You don't have a YouTube app to upload your photos to. In iOS6, can you take a video, and send to YouTube, is that what you're saying?
Even still, you can't go and delete videos, but honestly, yes, something needed to happened about YouTube and iOS. I don't like the fact that Google and Apple aren't getting along.
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- 08-07-2012, 11:00 AM #39iPhone Intermediate
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Why not start a classaction suit against Apple to get back the money you pay for the you tube app. Lol.
- 08-07-2012, 11:10 AM #40
Now, maybe you can concentrate on riding your cross-town bus without being distracted by YouTube videos... since, after all, Apple screwed you out of Google Maps with that function... see? It all balances out. The circle of life continues...
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- 08-07-2012, 02:19 PM #44
One thing no one mentioned to the troll-who-shall-not-be-named is that the issue with the YouTube app being pulled from iOS 6 is that it's a licensing issue - the license is not being renewed... so Apple has no choice... so while s/he is railing against Apple for this, as usual, s/he doesn't know what s/he's talking about.
YouTube app removed from iOS 6 but not iOS 5 and older; Google working on a standalone version -- Engadget
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