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Viewing YouTube Videos (Galaxy Tab 10″)

The high-resolution screen of the Galaxy Tab, along with its portability and built-in video camera, makes it great for viewing and sharing videos online, anywhere and anytime. The preinstalled YouTube widget gives you the capability to browse and view videos posted by users from around the world, as well as upload videos taken with your Galaxy Tab as soon as you take them.

  1. Tap the YouTube widget on the home screen. A list of featured videos appears in three categories: Recommendations (also called Top Favorited), Most Viewed, Most Discussed, and Most Popular (also called Top Rated).
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  2. Tap Your Channel to view videos you’ve uploaded to YouTube. Upload videos you’ve taken with your Tab’s camcorder by tapping Upload. You must create a YouTube account before you can post your videos.
  3. Tap Search YouTube to perform a keyword search for a YouTube video.
  4. Information about the video appears below the video.
  5. Tap the full-screen icon to view the video on the entire screen.
  6. Rate the video by tapping the thumbs-up or thumbs-down icon. You must be logged in to your YouTube account before you can rate videos.
  7. Tap the user’s name to visit the YouTube member’s channel and view a list of all the videos that member has uploaded. You can also subscribe to that member’s channel if you want.
  8. Tap Comments to read the comments that other viewers have written for the video.
  9. Tap Share to share the video via Bluetooth, Gmail, or Messaging.
  10. In the Related videos area, tap the thumbnail to play the video.
  11. Tap Menu.
  12. Tap Favorite to add this video to your Favorites list, which you can return to at a later time.
  13. Tap Save to if you have created one or more playlists in the YouTube website and you want the video to be added to your specified playlist.
  14. Tap Copy URL to copy the URL of the video you’re watching to the clipboard so you can paste it into another document such as an email message.
  15. Tap Flag to flag a video as inappropriate. You must be logged in to your YouTube account to flag a video.
  16. Tap Settings to customize your YouTube app settings.
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