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Have Your Favorite Youtube Feeds Instantly With Youtube Stars For Android
When you are using Youtube, you have to (under most circumstances) look for whatever it is that you want to watch. Lets say that you have a particular star that you follow on Youtube like ShaneDawson, but you hate the fact that you need to wait in order to retrieve a search query with his videos. Also, the “featured” feature of the Youtube app doesn’t exactly help as whether your target video shows up or not, depends on a lot of factors. In order to solve this issue, XDA member TweakMyDevice has come up with a simple yet very effective way of eliminating your need to search for your favorite Youtube channels. Youtube Stars allows you to have up to 10 channel feeds with the most popular shows on Youtube. In this version of the app, they are all preconfigured to things like ShaneDawsonTV, nigahiga, smosh, and many others.
Please try out the app and report any and all feedback that you may have. Also, suggestions on improving the app are highly welcome as well.
I put together this little app to aggregate feeds from the 10 most-subscribed YouTube channels.
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