YouTube has extended the limit on video usage in third-party apps. “If you’re using the YouTube Data API v3, you’re now enabled for 10x as much quota as before – the limit’s been increased from 5,000,000 to 50,000,000 units per day,” blogged Google. “Additionally, the cost of uploading a new video has dropped from 16,000 to 1600 units.” TechCrunch reports that the “moderate limit” was initially imposed by YouTube to ensure the system worked properly but now it has been broadly tested the video quota cap has been increased. What this could mean for app developers is greater use of video (drawn from YouTube) in their apps to create a greater multimedia experience for the user.
Source: TechCrunch

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