Eliminate the Hassle of touch based navigation
There is more than one version of YouTube for Android devices. If you are someone who prefers a little more freedom with your online smart TV experience it is quite likely that you eschew Smart TVs or even even products like the Roku, Fire TV and Google Nexus Player. All of these products have their merits but a mark against them is that they are built to utilize a certain type of configuration. Changing the programs or apps that they are set up to run requires a bit of technical know how and time to tinker. Products like the (Click links for more information) Gbox Q, Armada Mach 8 Android and Ugoos UT3 offer users the chance to access Android apps like Netflix, YouTube and a host of other applications directly from the Google Play Store
without the hassle of waiting for an app to be approved by the powers that be. The catch with most unlocked boxes though is that they run on a tablet based version of Android which means that many of its apps are built with touch screens in mind and not remote controllers. More often then not an Android box is going to come with a clunky version of YouTube installed that requires a courser button or a Wii-like airmouse (often sold separately) to operate it. Here is how you can fix that problem. There is a version of YouTube built for the TV experience called YouTube for Google TV. It can be installed on most Android based boxes and it makes navigating YouTube a breeze by listing your subscribed channels, allowing you to access your play lists and populating your favorite videos automatically. You can download it from the Google Play Store and have it set up in minutes.
See YouTube For Google TV in action bellow