Google has added a new feature to the YouTube Music app that lets its users to toggle between "song" and "video" modes or even turn off videos by default. In short, this is just the thing for listeners on the platform who only wants the music and none of the video. The transition is said to be seamless for "uninterrupted listening and watching," and this has been made possible because the company "perfectly time-matched" more than 5 million official music videos.
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Called YouTube Music, the platform will offer songs both with and without video, and users will be able to switch instantly to an audio-only mode. In a feature it hopes will be a key selling point, YouTube Music will create non-stop stations tailored to users, who can fine-tune how much variety they want. YouTube, the world's third most popular website after its parent company Google and Facebook, aims to take advantage of its quirky possibilities by offering artists' original tracks alongside cover versions, live footage and user-generated content. Jay Fowler, the director of product development who was involved in earlier services Beats Music and MOG, said he hoped to draw more people to streaming instead of simply competing with other companies. The video behemoth on Oct 28 launched YouTube Red, a premium service that allows advertisement-free access to subscribers. YouTube Music - which was announced alongside YouTube Red without full details or a launch date - is compatible both with Google's Android system and Apple and will initially be available only in the United States. Google will still operate its audio-driven Google Play Music streaming service, with YouTube Music expecting some consumers to use both platforms. Streaming - which allows unlimited online music on-demand - has been rapidly growing. Universal Music Group, the largest label conglomerate, said on Nov 10 that for the first time more than half its digital revenue came from streaming in the latest quarter.
Like many single members of the church, I have often wondered whether I would be willing to marry someone outside of the temple, and over the past few years I have come to believe that I would be willing to do so. We might not always like the way some priesthood holders act, but to disparage the priesthood is not being responsible. Do you have a few suggestions for talking points I may want to bring up from stuff directly on LDS.
Posts from people who have your same problem occur on a regular basis here on RFM. If you are all sealed together, you will be together forever in the Celestial Kingdom. My family says I should leave him…. It wouldn't be as often as from someone with an ordinary job and schedule, but it would happen. I was with him before I even started college and the past year was especially tough as I am getting more and more busy. Honestly, unless you want to convert and: And, if she does claim those things don't matter, be prepared to find out how much they really do after you've married her. While it's true that Mormons are not one-dimensional and completely predictable, the odds of a successful relationship, given the OP's description of his girlfriend, are slim. Instructions can be found here: Posted by Your Doctor's Wife at 2: September 6, at 3: Marianne April 28, at 8: Anonymous September 21, at Anonymous October 19, at 9: Anonymous May 3, at 5: Anonymous November 24, at 2: Anonymous January 13, at 8: A must-read every morning.