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Tech & Science How To Go 'Incognito' In YouTube Right Now

07:56  16 may  2018
07:56  16 may  2018 Source:   lifehacker.com.au

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  YouTube now supports HDR video on Apple’s latest iPhones YouTube has added support for HDR video playback on Apple’s iPhone X, 8, and 8 Plus. YouTube has plenty of great demo material for seeing the improved picture for yourself: just search “HDR” and you’ll find no shortage of exotic scenery, cityscapes, food, animals, and other demo reel material. My iPhone switched over to HDR automatically once I started streaming a video, but you can also tap the icon with three vertical dots to manually enable it. Note that since it’s really all about color, brightness, and contrast, you don’t have to pick 1080p to enjoy HDR; it’s also supported at lower resolutions like 480p.

Thankfully, you don’t have to wait—there’s an easy way to go incognito right now . How to Listen to Your Favorite YouTube Tracks Offline. Start Google Chrome in Incognito Mode with a Shortcut.

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Google knows a lot about you, and a decent amount of that info comes from YouTube. By default, the video site tracks everything you watch and search for (including that time I played the same Taylor Swift video on a loop for 2 hours) so it can suggest better videos -- and target you with more relevant ads, of course.

If you don't like YouTube's suggestions being cluttered up with some of your stranger video views (like the aforementioned Tay Tay), or you just don't want YouTube to keep tabs on what you view, it appears that the service is getting ready to add a new private browsing mode. Android Police reports that YouTube is currently testing a new "Incognito mode" that will make it easy to hide your activity.

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Google knows a lot about you, and a decent amount of that info comes from YouTube . By default, the video site tracks everything you watch and search for (including that time I played the same Taylor Swift video on a loop for 2 hours) so it can suggest better videos—and target you with more relevant ads

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Beyond keeping your guilty pleasures a secret, this could also a good way to manage the video suggestions you get on the site. YouTube has a nasty habit of pushing viewers to go more hard-core with their interests (whether that's lefty politics, right-wing conspiracies, or even veganism). Once this new feature arrives, you'll be able to watch a few Bernie Sanders speeches without worrying that YouTube will forever brand you as a socialist.

Thankfully, you don't have to wait -- there's an easy way to go incognito right now.

If you mostly watch YouTube on your iPhone or Android device, here's what to do. First, open the app and tap on your profile picture in the top-right corner. Then, tap on Settings and scroll down to the "History & Privacy" header. From here, you can toggle "Pause watch history" and "Pause search history," which will stop YouTube from tracking your activity. You can also clear all your viewing history on that same page.

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If you prefer to stream from a web browser on your desktop or laptop, the process is slightly different. Pull up YouTube and click on the hamburger icon (three horizontal lines) in the top-left corner. Then, select History, and look for the "Clear all watch history" and "pause watch history" on the right-hand side of the page.

YouTube direct messaging moves from mobile to desktop .
YouTube has been flirting with in-app messaging for a bit on mobile, and now it's finally ready to roll out private video messaging to the web. It looks pretty easy to use too, according to 9to5Google. In the upper righthand corner where your account avatar resides, you'll find a new button sitting between the ones for YouTube apps and notifications. Click it and you'll find a new way to share videos on the platform.Now, this makes less of an impact on desktop where copy and pasting (or reflexively right-clicking on the player for a timestamp code) is super simple, than it does mobile.

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