The average YouTube user spends close to one hour a day watching YouTube, and that’s without a video game or other content they’d actually like to watch.
Now, one company is hoping that they can help people stay in the loop on whatever they want, even when they’re watching videos they don’t want to watch, in a way that feels natural.
Called The Loop, it allows people to filter and unblock videos they want to skip over—or, at least, unblock any video they don,t want to be exposed to.
And because it’s built into the Google app, people who use it can simply add a “skip to” button at the bottom of their videos, and then it’ll automatically take them to the next video, whenever they click.
So if you watch a clip of a guy driving a sports car, for example, and want to ignore it, just hit the skip to button.
And the video won’t go away; it’ll stay on the screen forever.
The Loop has been around for a while now.
Last year, Google announced it was working on a version for Chrome OS, and now, a new version of the app has launched.
It’s available in beta on Android and iOS.
The app will work on Chrome OS in all sorts of different ways, including the new YouTube app, but it’s currently just a Google Chrome extension.
Here’s how to install it on ChromeOS, if you want to try it out.1.
Sign in to your Google account.
If you don’t already have a Google account, you can sign up for one here.2.
Navigate to the YouTube home page, and click the Settings button.
Scroll down and select Apps.3.
Tap on the tab that says “Add to Playlist” and then select “YouTube Playlist.”4.
Tap the button that says, “Skip to Video.”5.
Tap “Skip To.”6.
Now scroll down and tap “Skip.”7.
Tap a video you want the app to skip to, and hit “Skip Now.”8.
The YouTube app will automatically re-load your video if it doesn’t go through your filter, and it’ll then let you watch the video as soon as you hit “Play Now.”9.
Now you can skip to the last video in your playlists and watch it immediately.10.
Once you’re done watching your video, hit the “Skip” button in the top-right corner of the YouTube app.