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Review: YouTube Creator Studio App

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Posted July 24, 2014 by in Android

Rating

Price/Value
A+


Graphics/Sound
A+


Functionality
A-


Re-use value
A+


Total Score
A+

14/ 14

Summary

Price: Free
 
Version: 1.0
 
Developer: Google/YouTube
 
Website: Google Play & App Store
 
OS: ,
 
Category:
 
Device Used For Testing: ,
 

Pros:

All new app for creators, access to analytics, able to edit video info, reply to comments, switch between multiple accounts
 

Cons:

No landscape view, can't tag users in comments yet, crashes every so often (1.0 release)
 

The YouTube Creator Studio App was just recently released on iOS and Android and it is an app that YouTube creators have been waiting a LONG time for! Finally we can easily respond to comments while being mobile, check analytics, switch between multiple accounts, and easily edit video information. In this video I cover some […]

by Tyler Miller
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The YouTube Creator Studio App was just recently released on iOS and Android and it is an app that YouTube creators have been waiting a LONG time for! Finally we can easily respond to comments while being mobile, check analytics, switch between multiple accounts, and easily edit video information.

In this video I cover some of those changes and show you guys how easy it is to switch between multiple channels and accounts. There really aren’t any issues with this app that I see except that it doesn’t work in landscape (a very minor detail), you can’t tag people in comments (yet), and it crashes every now and then, but remember, it is version 1.0 so I’m sure updates will be coming out.

Enjoy the video and let me know if you use the Creator Studio app!


About the Author

Tyler Miller

Tyler is an editor at Geekster Labs and has been producing videos on YouTube for over 2 years and has uploaded over 500 videos over his various channels. He graduated from Geneva College in 2012 with a degree in Audio & Video and is pursuing a full time job through YouTube. When Tyler isn’t doing something YouTube related, he is either spending time with his fiancee, family, friends, or at church.


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