Free Download Now: YouTube Music Android And iOS App Available

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YouTube may be the largest video streaming website on the planet, but the platform also receives heavy traffic from users looking for just their favorite or popular music titles given YouTube’s versatility.
Seeing this, Google today has released a new app called YouTube Music for iOS and Android. Music discovery is what the app is all about and it offers not only the official videos from large labels, but also the related fan-made videos for the music you’re searching for.
When you first launch the app, you will be instantly taken aback by how YouTube has managed to maintain that typical YouTube look we’ve all been familiar with and fuses it together with a audio music player interface of sorts. Akin to the official main YouTube video app, YouTube Music app continues to play music of your choice no matter where you navigate to within the app, such as the Home tab. The Home tab is where the app will show you music that is deemed to be of your interest by analyzing your choices within the app, and even from the main YouTube video app.

YouTube Music can also curate stations split into different genres, so the next time you want to plug some speaker to your phone at a party, you can do it with confidence. No music experience is complete if you’re not being updated with the latest albums, artists, or tracks that are trending, the YouTube Music app not only covers all this, but also the fact that the app’s content ranking is based upon analytics from main YouTube site makes the whole experience that much better.


As you might already know by now, Google is offering 90 days worth of free YouTube Red and Google Music service to users who own an Android TV or a Google Cast supported device. So free or not, if you’re a YouTube Red subscriber, you’re probably wondering what this free music oriented streaming app can do for you.
The good news here is that YouTube Music is completely free to use, but due its free nature, it shows ads. But if you are a YouTube Red subscriber, you will be able to enjoy the experience without any ads and will also be able to switch between video and audio modes and much more, further adding worth to the monthly subscription fee being paid for the YouTube Red benefits.


If you grab YouTube Music right now, you can experience the above mentioned paid advantages for free for 14 days. So what are you waiting for, grab a copy right now!

(Download: YouTube Music for iPhone from the App Store)
(Download: YouTube Music for Android from Google Play)

Tutorial to Prove Apple Pencil Bendgate

Anyone who has used and interacted with the Apple Pencil will testify that not only is it an excellent piece of technology, but it’s also a design and visual treat, as well as being strong beyond its visuals. By this we mean that if you wish to purchase an Apple Pencil with the sole aim of destroying, then you’re going to need to try extremely hard to get past the fact that it is very well built.
New Apple Pencil stress and torture test video shows people will have hard time proving yet another bend-gate for Apple.

When Apple initially launched the iPad Pro and dedicated Apple Pencil, there was a lot of general chatter around whether or not the protruding Pencil would just end up being destroyed given how it attaches externally to the iPad when initially pairing and charging. According to a new video, the reality seems to be far different then our mere apprehensions. As per the usual standard process of “let’s see if we can destroy this new Apple product”, this video producer did his very best to break the Apple Pencil but found it extremely difficult to do so, although it was eventually destroyed through sheer persistence.

Latest Apple Pencil stress and torture test video shows people will have hard time proving yet another bend-gate for Apple.

A number of other manufacturers have attempted to go down the route of building an accompanying stylus for their hardware, but it’s Apple’s intention to try and take the Apple Pencil beyond just being a stylus. Those who have used and interacted with the Apple Pencil have predominantly had nothing but positive things to say about the experience and the power that it offers from an art and illustration perspective. Considering this is Apple’s first real attempt at building a product of this nature, it’s likely that we see a lot more going forward.

Tutorial : AppDrawer For iOS 9 Brings Android’s App Drawer To IOS iPhones

Apple has been making an effort recently to entice and make it as easy as possible for Android owners to move across to Apple’s ecosystem, but there will always be those who simply prefer Android. Some users, as you’d expect, will be “fence sitters” and regularly switch between the two looking for a new feature or something that appeals to them, such as the availability of Android app launchers. Now, thanks to an updated jailbreak tweak for iOS, the ability to get immediate access to Android-like app drawer full of installed apps is available on iOS 9.

Called AppDrawer, the tweak essentially replicates a very handy little integration from the Android platform that people tend to find very useful. The installation itself is effectively its own little application that houses all of the installed first and third-party apps. The idea being to provide a single centralized location where all applications can be quickly indexed and displayed in alphabetical order for easy access.

The developer behind AppDrawer does an excellent job of replicating the Android feature whilst maintaining the visuals and aesthetics of Apple’s iOS. There’s nothing worse than a port of a feature which offers the same functionality, but destroys the feel of the OS in the process. Those installing AppDrawer will be provided with a Home screen app icon that then invokes an application containing an alphabetical list of all apps installed on the device. The user can then seamlessly search through these apps and launch them as normal.


Additional settings allow device owners to create a Favorites list of installed applications which is then accessible via a dedicated tab within AppDrawer. There’s also the ability to remove apps that you don’t wish to be displayed in the drawer at all. At the moment, the current version of AppDrawer supports all iPhones running iOS 8.0 or above. There is chatter that a future version will bring full iPad support to the table, but there’s no timescales on when that will actually happen.

Top 50 Android Games And Apps List

Now Google has followed suit with its own Play Store’s “Best of 2015″ that showcases the best apps and games that users have been regularly interacting with on the Android platform over the last twelve months.

It’s not only extremely interesting to see what those using Android smartphones, tablets, and TVs have been downloading and using, but it’s also excellent to have all of this content curated and placed into one single list by Google.

Let’s jump right in and take a look at the best apps and games across all Android devices over the last twelve months.
Best Android Apps of 2015 (in no particular order)

  • Star Wars
  • Colorfy – Coloring Book Free
  • Google Photos
  • Skype
  • My Very Hungry Caterpillar
  • ZEDGE – Ringtones & Wallpapers
  • Cute – Beauty Shopping
  • Twitch
  • Microsoft Word
  • Backgrounds HD
  • Retrica
  • SwiftKey Keyboard
  • Peak – Brain Training
  • Nova Launcher
  • Weather & Clock Widget Android
  • Musixmatch – Lyrics & Music
  • Memrise Learn Languages Free
  • djay FREE – DJ Mix Remix Music
  • Doodle: Schedule Maker
  • WPS Office + PDF
  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
  • Khan Academy
  • Ginger Keyboard Emoji Keyboard
  • PicsArt Photo Studio
  • theScore: Sports & Scores
  • Attack the Light
  • Dashlane Password Manager
  • Office Lens
  • Netflix
  • Action Launcher 3
  • VSCO
  • Jet
  • Instacart: Grocery Delivery
  • YouTube Gaming
  • Trulia Real Estate & Rentals
  • Kitchen Stories
  • Twitter
  • YouTube Kids
  • Snowball – Smart Notifications
  • Cleo for Messenger
  • EyeEm – Camera & Photo Filter
  • We Heart It
  • Wishbone – Compare Anything
  • Toca Nature
  • B&H Photo Video Pro Audio
  • Flipagram – Music Video Editor
  • Language Learning – bussu
  • Robinhood – Free Stock Trading

Best Android Games of 2015 (in no particular order)

  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
  • Clash of Clans
  • Fallout Shelter
  • Attack the Light
  • Minions Paradise
  • Angry Birds 2
  • Dude Perfect 2
  • Candy Crush Soda Saga
  • ZigZag
  • PAC-MAN 256 – Endless Maze
  • Criminal Case
  • DEER HUNTER 2016
  • Need for Speed No Limits
  • PewDiePie: Legend of Brofist
  • Fast & Furious Legacy
  • Dark Echo
  • Turbo Driving Racing 3D
  • Alphabear
  • Does not Commute
  • Prune
  • Empires and Allies
  • Ski Safari 2
  • This War of Mine
  • Magic Rush: Heroes
  • Doodle Jump
  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions
  • MARVEL Future Fight
  • Hearthstone Heroes
  • EvoCreo
  • Archery Master 3D
  • Walking Dead: Road to Survival
  • You Must Build A Boat
  • Gummy Drop!
  • Lifeline
  • Inside Out Thought Bubbles
  • Trivia Crack Kingdoms
  • MARVEL Contest of Champions
  • Madden NFL Mobile
  • Jurassic World: The Game
  • Panda Pop
  • DomiNations
  • Minecraft: Pocket Edition
  • Crossy Road
  • Mobile Strike
  • Minecraft: Story Mode

One thing that you immediately notice, both from the apps and games that have made it onto this year’s Play Store “Best of 2015″ list, is that there’s a really good mix of genres and application types. Popular games in 2015 range from extremely simple puzzle games all the way through to big budget platform offerings that have extremely intricate visuals and stunning environments. The same mix applies to the best apps with a really interesting mix of applications that come from all corners of the Google Play Store.