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  • YouTube redesigns app for vertical videos
  • YouTube redesigns app for vertical videos
    Brittany Greenler (2013) ©
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YouTube redesigns app for vertical videos

Users watching vertical videos have long faced an annoying problem on YouTube’s smartphone app, with borders on either side making the video tiny. But with an increasing number of videos filmed on smartphones in the first place, the clip-sharing site is finally doing something about it.

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