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Ryken developers, the team behind the development of third party YouTube app for Windows 10, MyTube has pushed out another new update for its application on all Windows 10 devices.

The previous update for the MyTube application has added Fluent Design, offline videos and more for Windows 10 devices. Keeping with the trend the latest update comes with some new features and fixes for the application on Windows 10.

The update brings a full Dark/White theme for the MyTube application. The developers have also added 0.75x playback rate to the application for users who like slow motion.

There are also lots of fixes which have been pushed out in the latest update. Videos submitted by the Room owner are now accepted automatically. Issue where the player controls constantly reappeared while the pointer was over them has also been fixed in the latest update.

Video lists no longer get refreshed every 45 minutes during the app’s routine account access-token refreshes. Crashes when trying to save a video without an internet connection has also been fixed.

Fixes for PC & Mobile:

  • Fixed issue where using full screen comments resulted in a black layer over the video.
  • Added ‘Copy link’ and ‘Pin’ context menu item to playlist and channel thumbnails.

The developers have added a new setting for what gets added to Timeline. Crashing issues when background audio finished while on video page has been fixed for the PC users.

Xbox users are also receiving fixes for the issues where the private playlist didn’t work in the background and Video details are now aligned to top of the frame instead of the earlier center.

The latest update for the MyTube application is currently live in the Microsoft Store with version 3.3.7.

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Akshay Waghray is a technology news reporter at Windows Latest and his area of expertise include Windows Phone. Articles contributed by Akshay have been referred by big publications such as Future Inc, Purge, and others over the years.