360 videos are getting more and more popular, and with VR headsets nearly in full swing, YouTube are getting into the game and have finally launched their support for 360 videos. There are already a good many 360-degree videos available. Assuming your YouTube app is up to date, you can check them out with your phone and use its own accelerometer to control the angle of the video – that or your touchscreen.
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