YouTube will also let the users to let change their behaviour of exploring the YouTube's contents.
You can set break reminders in the YouTube app by visiting Settings. It's actually a simple reminder, which you can customize, telling you that you should take a break from watching videos on the platform. The reminder frequency can be set for every 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes or 180 minutes. On the other, these same people run updates that will remind you that it is time to turn off the computer and do important things. The app is available on Android, iOS and the web, and anyone is able to use it, all you need is a Google account to sign in. How many times can you learn how Burger Chef failed, or watch Chris Chambliss' 1976 pennant winning homer for the Yankees, or even replay Ray Allen's miracle 3-pointer that helped LeBron win his second title with the Heat. Once you set proper timing of reminder, you would receive a notification and the video which you are watching will be paused at that very moment. Unless you are binge watching PhoneArena reviews, the constant viewing of streaming video could rot your brain.
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The move, which is expected to debut next year, comes as Apple seeks to capitalize on services in an era of stagnant iPhone sales. Netflix and YouTube (owned by rival Alphabet), operate the two largest online video services in the world outside of China.
Additionally, there are two more features in the new YouTube notifications menu. One of them is focused on your "digital well-being" as it will track the time you spend on your device with a breakdown of each app. The Take a Break feature can be accessed by going to Settings General, and the notifications feature is available at Settings Notifications.
It seems like Google has rolled out this feature to a limited number of users. Moreover, nothing major has been spotted yet on the surface, which suggests that most of the new changes are made under the hood at the mainframe code level. As always, Google is releasing incremental Play Store updates every week with enhanced system stability, and it gets more refined with every update. It will reach to your region very soon.