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A recent update to Google's YouTube app for iOS allows you to send videos from the app to compatible devices such as an Xbox ...
360, PlayStation 3, or any number of smart TVs. In this example, Donald Bell shows you how to set up this connection between an iPhone 5 and an Xbox 360.
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Bar hey Donald bell here for cnet.com. Do you love YouTube. I -- of YouTube I can watch the CNET channel on YouTube all day long. But when I get home what I really want to do is take my mobile YouTube experience and put -- TV how do you do that. YouTube has a feature called -- TV which does exactly that. If you've never seen it before and Google just added their IOS app but it's been available on Android for some time now. I'm mentioning that -- to the trouble of -- -- fifty comments pointing at the fact this and I Android I understand. And it had -- first but now the rest of us can play with it. How do you make it all work well here I've got my iPhone becoming TV and the Xbox but it could just as well be my Android phone tablet. And -- PS3 or even just an Internet connected Smart TV that includes an up to date you to that. Whichever way getting you to -- -- TV get it going to make she'd installed any updates and then dive into the YouTube settings. -- area accounts and settings now you should see an option here called paired devices. Gonna go to that. And now. That app here is generating a nine digit number. That I wanted to take and I want to play get into my phone -- the next appears to open up the app on your phone. Going to settings again. And you're gonna find an option here called -- YouTube TV. -- and and to -- nine digit number that the Xbox generated I'm gonna put it into my phone. I am also gonna give it a name just in case I'm ever lucky enough to own more than one TV in my house. I can distinguish between which TVs I want to send -- video to. I hit add it. And there we -- connection complete. So now when I selected video on my phone here in the YouTube app -- a little TV button at the top when I press it. I slept the TVs name from the list. And we'll get started. -- there. This -- to carry. Mac is -- the phone here to pause or play video also skip around I can scrub around on the -- on exactly -- I wanna go to. And if I want to get that video back from the TV and onto my phone. I just hit that little TV icon again it's like iPhone from the list. Sent back here. And like I said the same trick works with Android or really any mobile device they can access YouTube dot com slash pair. As -- useful trick and unlike Apple's airplay media streaming you don't have to have everything on the same home network to pull the stuff. But you do -- make sure that the YouTube app is open on both devices. Tobago that's how to blast -- YouTube mobile content on to the big screen markets like this head over how to dot cnet.com. I'm Donald bell.
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