The Verge article Google has announced a new feature that lets you stream your mobile video from your Android phone to YouTube.
Google+ is one of the most popular video services for Android, and Google+ is now being used by people to upload videos to YouTube for a variety of reasons, from getting a good picture of what they’re doing to sharing with friends.
Google has also been doing a lot of work to help Android users get more content, like updating its YouTube app with support for Android 4.2, but this new feature isn’t something that Google has shown off in-depth.
The new feature lets you easily watch YouTube videos from an Android phone by opening up the YouTube app on your phone.
You can either install the Android video player on your Android device, which will automatically detect your device and play the video in the app, or you can download the Android Video Player, which lets you use your phone as a remote control for your video app.
To open the YouTube video app, open the Google+ app, and then tap the Play button at the bottom right of the home screen.
You should see the YouTube Video player in the top right corner.
Tap the “Add video” button at this point to start streaming video.
When you add a video to the playlist, you can then click “play” on your mobile phone, which opens the video player and allows you to play it in your mobile app.
Once you’re done, you’ll see a new video screen at the top of your video player, where you can add new videos, or tap the “play again” button to start watching again.
Once you’re finished playing a video, you should see your videos in your video library, along with the timestamp of when it was uploaded.
You’ll also see your YouTube video ratings and comments, and you can see a link to your YouTube channel at the end of the video.
You can also choose to download and share the video, which you can do from the video app or through the Google Play Music app.
You may want to do this if you want to share a video with a specific friend, as well.