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We've all been to parties where someone grabs the laptop and starts showing everyone this latest cool YouTube video. Eventually, everyone gathers around the computer, firing off their favorites, and the party turns into a YouTube party.
If you love this form of entertainment, you'll be glad to know that Google has launched a YouTube app for Google+ Hangouts which lets all participants share and watch YouTube videos.
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To try it out, start a Hangout and have all users load the YouTube app at the top of the screen. Now, everyone can start adding videos, drag and drop them to change the order in the playlist, as well as skip forward or backward.
Participants can also share a video that's playing with their Google+ circles at any time, or save the playlist (as public or private) to their YouTube account.
The app is available worldwide in 60 languages.
How do you like the idea? Any thoughts on possible improvements? Sound off in the comments!
This story originally published on Mashable here.
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