4.2% of users will use the app to watch videos that they don’t want to see.
This is the second time Google has rolled out a new update for its YouTube app.
It’s the latest in a series of updates that have rolled out since the app’s inception in 2010.
The new update brings a number of changes to the app, including: A revamped homepage, which shows users who are watching a video on the app and how long it’s been.
The updated homepage now shows the number of views the video has, and it also shows the duration of each view.
The revamped home screen has also got a few new features, including a quick toggle to dismiss a video.
Users can also share their favorite videos by sharing the YouTube video link with the hashtag #channels and then using the “share” feature on the top right corner of the page.
In the News section, the video will be shown as a thumbnail, and the full video will open in a new tab.
Google also added a “Play Now” button to the right of the home screen, allowing users to listen to a new video while it’s streaming.
The app also offers a new “Share” feature, which allows users to share a video with friends by sharing a URL.
The video will now appear in the “Listen to Now” section of the “Share on YouTube” button, along with a link to a playlist for the song, or to a page with more music and videos from the same user.
Google has also improved the way it presents its search results, including adding “like” and “share buttons” to videos that are liked and shared.
The feature also lets users search by “Favorite” and search by keywords.
Other new features in the new update include a new music player and a new notification center for YouTube, the former of which was added in 2014 and the latter of which has been in the app since 2010.
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