The world of video content has been shifting away from traditional video to the Web, and Google Play is increasingly taking the lead.
In April 2018, YouTube was the No.1 video destination, and that number has since climbed to No. 1 for the first time ever, according to comScore’s comScore Media Tracker.
In the past year, the company has made a number of major investments to help it build its YouTube app, which includes a new Google Home speaker, a new video editing feature, and an entirely redesigned YouTube.com.
“Today, our video app is the fastest-growing video app in the world,” Google said in a statement announcing the news.
“It’s also the most popular video app on any platform.
That’s an important milestone in our journey to build the best video experience for anyone, anywhere.
But what if we don’t have the app?”
The answer is, Google said, “We have a way to build a YouTube video experience.”
Google has long been a fan of video in its apps, and the company is expected to continue that trend as the company tries to grow its video offerings, according the company’s statement.
“In addition to building the best YouTube experience for all, we’re excited to continue to improve our video capabilities for people everywhere,” the company said.
“Today, we have a better, faster and more powerful video app, making it easier for anyone to create, share and watch videos on YouTube.
Google has also added support for the new Apple TV. “
Our Chromecast video app will now support the full range of streaming devices, including Android and Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast.
Google has also added support for the new Apple TV.
In addition, our YouTube app will support streaming from all devices running Android 5.0 or later, including new Chromecast and Chromebox streaming devices.
Google also announced that it is now rolling out new video features to its YouTube videos.
Starting today, Google is rolling out a new feature called “Video Editor,” which will allow users to edit video directly on the YouTube app without having to open YouTube.
It is expected that this new feature will be available in the coming weeks.