How do you watch a movie in your favorite browser?
That’s a question that Google is now asking to make sure that you have the experience you want when you click on the “Play” button on YouTube videos.
The feature is called “Viewer Mode” and it will allow you to view your favorite YouTube videos on any device.
The Google Search team says that viewers can still use their phones, tablets, and computers to watch videos and use their own content in the browser.
That means you can still browse the internet on your phone or tablet, even though Google has stopped supporting that platform.
That’s an important distinction, because YouTube has historically been a mobile platform, and mobile users tend to be more tech savvy.
So if you’re a tech-savvy YouTube user, you can always watch on your desktop, Mac, or Android phone.
In fact, Google’s “View View View” mode will allow YouTube videos to be watched on any platform that runs Chrome, Opera, Firefox, or Safari.
The same applies to your Android TV device.
It’s unclear what this new functionality will do for YouTube’s original apps, though.
Google has made some changes to the YouTube app over the last year, and it was only recently that Google announced that it would be releasing the original YouTube app to iOS.
Google also recently added the ability for users to play “Play Now” videos on mobile devices, and those have been available for a while now.
It is unclear what the new functionality might mean for the original apps.
But it’s worth noting that Google says that it will also be adding new videos to the Google Search app over time, so we’ll see what happens.
Google Search is available on Android devices as well, but it is not available in Chrome, Safari, or Opera.