YouTube is the largest online video platform in the world with more than 1. Around hours of content are uploaded every minute, and over a billion hours of videos are watched per day. So, what do you do when you discover YouTube not working? Google does a great job of keeping YouTube up and running, but there have been occasional times when the service goes down. The official Twitter account for TeamYouTube will generally advise of issues that are occurring. That will only report if the actual website is down.
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YouTube not working – Fixes for Android devices
YouTube Music is Google's latest effort to take on the giants of the music streaming world. Google continues to add new features like smart playlists to it, but old features like regular playlists are giving nightmares to many. Several users have reported that YouTube Music is not downloading playlist songs to their smartphones. Other users say that playlists don't download completely, and several songs vanish from the playlists. When you have a long playlist with hundreds of songs, finding the missing ones can be annoying. Let's see what we can do to help.
It’s up – I need help
In under six months, YouTube Music will be Google's one-and-only music service. Google Play Music is scheduled to shut down at the end of the year, leaving YouTube as Google's one-stop media brand. As part of this transition, YouTube Music recently added the last great Google Music feature to its lineup: music-library support. After an agonizingly slow rollout, this long-time Google Music user gave the service a whirl and is back to report: this is going to be a mess.
Ben Schoon. Google Play Music is on its deathbed which means a whole lot of people are about to be forced onto YouTube Music despite issues and complaints that are still irritating early users. Google has said it will fix problems, but what are your biggest gripes? Still, it lacks feature parity with Google Play Music with some pretty obvious gaps. Speaking to ArsTechnica this week, Google confirmed that it is working to address complaints from users over YouTube Music. We understand that uploaded content is an integral part of the listening experience for many of our users across YouTube Music. We look forward to sharing more updates soon. One of the big issues that Google addresses in this statement is how YouTube Music treats uploaded content. Users have had gripes with the library, feature disparities between the mobile apps and the web, and unpolished apps for Android Auto and Android TV. Even just the way YouTube Music handles likes by combining them with YouTube videos has been annoying for many.