The days when you watched a YouTube video on your friend's phone are almost over. You already know that you can transfer YouTube to your TV screen to play videos for a group or use the YouTube TV app if you have a Smart TV. It. But there are still some elusive features that can really make your YouTube viewing experience shine.
For example, did you know that you can watch free movies on YouTube and borrow the latest releases? Not to mention that you can also transfer these films to your TV during your holiday in your hotel room. So take the opportunity and watch those cool tricks you can do on a TV.
Watch Free Movies
that you can watch without a paid subscription. The options are limited as many movies are older movies and you may find some classics in the pile. The only catch is that you need to see ads. But hey, free full-length movies! We can not be too judpy. You can see the full free listing of YouTube.
This fall,will be displayed to all users for free (with ads), according to YouTube. So, if you do not see anything you want to see, you can always check it out in the fall.
Borrow the latest publications.
If you want to watch a new movie, such asyou can borrow (or buy) it on YouTube. If you borrow movies on your phone or computer, you can also watch them on your TV. You can either view the movie from the YouTube app or transfer it from your phone (see below). You can check the new versions here.
Control YouTube on TV with your voice.
Which remote? You can use your voice to broadcast YouTube videos on the big screen if you have a Google Home screen ($ 99 at Walmart) that has a or to be paired] (from $ 330 at Best Buy). You need to link to get started.
Once the two devices are connected, you can enable the Google homepage by saying "Hey, Google," or "OK, Google." Here are a few examples of commands you can give: "Hey, google, play Spider-Man: Far from Home Trailer in Living Room TV" or "OK, Google, play Pilates videos on TV." You can also set your Google homepage to pause, resume, skip, and pause videos on your TV.
Take YouTube on Vacation
You do not want to miss your favorite YouTube Influencer's new vlog while on vacation, and what could be nicer than watching it on a big screen? Of course, you can always watch the video on your phone or laptop, but the TV view is so much better. All you need is a Chromecast ($ 55 on eBay) or an AirPlay-compatible device to stream those vlogs on the go.
The TV and your phone (or laptop, tablet) need to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network for this to work. After pairing, open the video you want in the YouTube app, and then tap the Cast icon> select the device you want to cast a cast for for> tap Play . Voila! Your video is now playing on the TV.
Viewing YouTube Videos for Large Screens
YouTube for TV (not to be confused with YouTube TV) offers the following options:
- Recommended: Shows recommendations based on what you saw in the past.
- Entertainment: Contains movie trailers, clips from your favorite shows, and videos from your favorite influencers.
- Games: The latest and what is trendy in the gaming world.
- Music: Watch official music videos, live performances and selected music channels. Listen to the top chart albums and new releases.
- Latest: See what's hot today, your daily top picks and recommended playlists] YouTube's Originals series like Cobra Kai .
Searching for purchases and content stored on your phone
If you've bought something on YouTube or have a video stored on your phone, you can easily find it on your TV. To find a video you have saved, select Library on the home page and scroll to Watch Later . You can also access everything you've bought from the same screen. Just scroll down until you see purchases .
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