YouTube offers free movies on its verified movies channel. YouTube created the channel in 2005, and it has over 18.5 million subscribers, as of September 2015. The channel offers free movies in a variety of genres, including comedy, drama, family, romance and world cinema.
Google Keep is a note-taking app developed by Google in 2013. Keep is available for mobile devices running Android 4.0.3 and higher and via the Google Drive website.
Google Now is a personal-assistant program for mobile use on the Android and iOS operating systems as well as through the Google Chrome Web browser. It is essentially Google’s answer to Apple’s Siri program, designed to provide snippets of useful information based on a user's questions and usage hab
Larry Page and Sergey Brin created Google Inc. in 1998, making it 16 years old as of 2014. Its original function was as a search engine, but it has since grown to include other capabilities and services such as e-mail, social networking, document storage and Internet browser software.
Not all videos on YouTube are free. User-generated content is generally free to watch, but there is a fee to watch some videos on the website; many movies and television shows can be streamed on the site for a price.
As of 2015, some musicals available on YouTube include "Harry Potter in 99 Seconds" and "Side Effects." "The Wizard of Ahhhs," "Cinderonce," "Hipster Disney Princess- The Musical" and "Burning Man: The Musical" are musicals also available on YouTube.
The pairing code to connect YouTube.com to a TV is available on youtube.com/pair. The user must have the YouTube app installed on a TV, a streaming media device or a game console to use the pairing code.
An activation code is needed to watch YouTube on a smart TV. The YouTube app is also necessary.
Like any other high-bandwidth, high-traffic web-centric company, Google has a highly complex server infrastructure that is prone to errors, regardless of how robust the design may be. High user activity or server issues are the most likely culprits for user difficulties with Google.
The Google Chromecast is a digital video player dongle designed to be plugged into an HDMI outlet on a TV and powered by the USB outlet on the TV. The device connects to a wireless network and allows users to stream video via mobile and web apps that support Chromecast.