Try Out the YouTube Feed Extension, Stay on Top of Your Favorite Videos
Article by George Norman
On 15 Nov 2010
If you are a fan of the popular Google-owned video sharing site YouTube and you would like to stay on top of your favorite videos, there is a Chrome extension you should definitely try out. The extension I am talking about is called YouTube Feed; developed by the Mountain View-based search engine giant, this extension notifies you whenever new videos are available in your YouTube homepage feed.

What this extension offers is convenience. You can easily access videos that your friends uploaded, rated and liked – and you ca do this right in your Chrome browser window.

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Here’s the extension’s official description as presented in the Google Chrome extensions gallery:
"This extension notifies the user whenever new videos are available in his YouTube Homepage Feed. These are videos that their friends uploaded, favorited, liked, commented on, etc.
The user should consider installing this extension if he has YouTube friends or subscriptions which are good content creators and/or curators and want to receive an instant notification whenever new content is available."


Extensions are small applications that are meant to enhance the browser’s functionality and generally make your life easier. They were introduced when Google rolled out the stable version of Google Chrome 4.0, back in January – the current stable version is Chrome 7.0. All Google Chrome extensions can be found in the extension gallery. All you have to do is visit the gallery and install the extension that you like – should only take a couple of seconds for the installation process to complete.

Speaking of extensions, there’s one more you may want to try out - Chrome to Phone. Let’s say you’re watching an interesting YouTube video and you suddenly realize you have to be somewhere. With the Chrome to Phone extension you can send that YouTube video from your Chrome browser to your Android-powered mobile device. This way you can continue to watch the video. Or let’s say you’ve looked up an address or driving directions on your desktop. With the Chrome to Phone extension you can push the information to the Google Maps app on your phone.



Tags: Google, Chrome, Extensions, YouTube, YouTube Feed
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