With YouTube’s mobile device service, you can browse and view the same high-quality videos you enjoy watching on your computer directly from your mobile phone. YouTube’s mobile device service consists of the same features as YouTube’s computer version, and even allows users to upload video captured from their phones. Some phones contain a built-in YouTube mobile application, but if your phone does not, provided your phone is Internet-enabled and supports RTSP or HTTP streaming, you can view YouTube videos from your mobile phone.
The YouTube is a web site where users post and share personal videos and view them in MPEG-4 format. Web traffic through YouTube has increased dramatically since its inception in 2005, and the term “going viral” was created for YouTube due to the amount of web traffic a single video may get when promoted through word of mouth, news agencies and sharing via mobile devices like cellular phones. You can share YouTube videos on your cellular phone by browsing YouTube.com from your cell phone or by installing YouTubeGet.
Here’s the 5 Steps:
- Check your phone’s user manual to determine if your phone supports RTSP or HTTP streaming. Ensure your mobile service provider allows data streaming on your mobile device.
- Open your phone’s Internet browser, and run YouTube’s optimize page from your phone to determine the highest quality video your phone supports and decrease video buffer time. The optimizer asks a few questions to understand what quality your phone can handle and at what speeds.
- Launch the YouTube mobile application if you have an Android or iPhone. Download the YouTube application if you have a Windows, Nokia S60 or Symbian phone. Insert “m.youtube.com” into your phone’s Internet browser if you have a BlackBerry or other type of mobile device.
- Use the up and down arrow keys to browse videos on the main page or from your search results.
- Click the thumbnail picture of the video you want to view to play the video.
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