Worldview | YouTube Now Supports 360 Videos
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YouTube Now Supports 360 Videos

  |   Industry News

On March 13th, via its official ‘Partners and Creators Blog’, YouTube announced the ability upload and share 360 video.


The service is currently available to a select number of browsers and devices at first with accessibility set to expand. According to the post “People can watch your videos on the existing YouTube app for Android, and by moving the phone or tablet around they’ll see all the different angles while the video plays. They can do the same on or embedded videos on Chrome by using the mouse to drag the point of view around, and we’re working to bring this to iPhone, iPad and other devices soon”