Two new products are expected!

This is often the case with newer versions of operating systems and other applications: smart guys search the source code to reveal new features in advance. And this is the case today with the next version of YouTube (13.16), the famous video streaming platform owned by Google. In this source code, Android Police found two rather interesting new ones: a “YouTube Premium” logo and an option preventing users from staying hours in front of YouTube content. It remains to be seen what this YouTube Premium will offer: Google has long been known to want to prevent users from enjoying free music on the platform …

Deploying a Premium version of YouTube?

So this is a rather surprising novelty that Android Police found in the source code of this new version of YouTube: a logo “YouTube Premium”. Some sites already think that this service will replace YouTube Red – still unavailable in France – and then merge with Play Music and subsequently compete with streaming giants like Deezer or Spotify. Of course, this is just one theory among many others about this intriguing YouTube Premium. The chances that it is never deployed are also possible: it is only a logo!

So this is a rather surprising novelty that Android Police found in the source code of this new version of YouTube: a logo “YouTube Premium”. Some sites already think that this service will replace YouTube Red – still unavailable in France – and then merge with Play Music and subsequently compete with streaming giants like Deezer or Spotify. Of course, this is just one theory among many others about this intriguing YouTube Premium. The chances that it is never deployed are also possible: it is only a logo!

A notification system when you spend too much time on YouTube

Another new feature that could be added to YouTube from Android Police: a notification system when you spend too much time on YouTube. There are many videos to follow – it must be said that the system is well thought out – to lose the notion of time with almost unlimited content. Fortunately, Google seems to have thought of everything with this probable new system.

Of course, the user can bypass it by disabling it. Let’s not forget that ads can generate money and it would be a shame to stop internet users from continuing to generate …