YouTube could soon be appearing on the main TV set with the launch of YouTube XL, which offers new features and a larger display designed to work for the TV rather than a computer monitor.
YouTube XL has an entirely new display design, with larger video player and easier and more streamlined navigation controls.
Some of the features commonly associated with the internet version of YouTube, like comments and suggested videos, are being taken away to clean up the interface and make it clearer for the user.
The TV will need to be hooked up to the user’s computer or games console to receive the service.
With the BBC planning to put its content onto YouTube, it is clear to see how this could quickly become a favourite of TV viewers everywhere.
Story Via techwatch