You have an Android wear, right? Have you ever watched YouTube videos on it? Yeah, it is possible, but not with the official app that we use on our smartphones. There’s one more way to do it!
Don’t worry! I am here today to guide you through the entire process of enabling your smart watch to see YouTube videos.
Are you ready to find out how? Here you go.
How to Watch Videos from YouTube on Android Wear & Wear 2.0
The process is quite simple. You have to install an app and browse accordingly. Just follow the steps given below to watch YouTube on your Android wear.
Step #1. Pick up your Android device and head over to Play Store in order to download Video for Android Wear & YouTube. Or, you can use the direct link down below.
You have to ensure that your smartphone is connected to the Android wear during the installation. And, you will see a video icon on the watch on finishing the installation.
Step #2. Now, open the app on your Android Wear and search for your favorite video. You can also use voice search or subscribed channels for playing videos.
Step #3. You should tap on the center of the screen to Play/ Pause a video. Dragging the finger from up to down and vice versa corresponds to scrolling. The volume regulation can be donee using the buttons given on the right side of the screen.
If you want to hear audio, you need to connect a Bluetooth headset to the smart watch.
That’s all. There you go!
N.B. – Being a small gadget, an Android wear is not equipped with a big battery. So, you will experience sudden battery drain due to the video playback.
Now that you know how to watch videos from YouTube on Android wear, it’s time to look into the process of casting them directly to your TV.
How to Cast a YouTube Video from Your Android Wear?
The procedure is not a Herculean task. You can start casting videos within a few seconds.
First, you have to swipe right on the Android wear while you are on YouTube. From the upcoming list, you should tap Cast (blue button).
Then, you can see a list of devices that can be used for casting directly from your Android wear. Choose the appropriate one there. That’s all.
See. Isn’t this simple? We haven’t touched the phone yet.
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I hope you now know how to watch YouTube videos on Android wear. As a bonus part, I have shown you the casting process as well.
In case you find it difficult to do either of them, you are free to comment down here. I will be more than glad to help you.