youtube - Addmob

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  1. WebAppsPromotion

    WebAppsPromotion New Member

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    can you let me know if allowed to use in applications created with appyet to pull channels and videos from YouTube, upload the apps in Google play and monetize this apps with goggle add-mob.
     
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    yes you can, but make sure you don't violate youtube policy. we see some app builders get ban by google because of vialoation
     
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    I was not able to locate this point in their policy. If you allow that users can see the video applications uploaded from others.
     
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    One question, to put a YouTube channel as a RSS feed, what you put on the URL? Yhanks.
     
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    i want to put rss feed from YouTube channels and videos, not mine but from others, like newspapers and official football teams channels.
     
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    I know how to do it! Create a Module "Feed (RSS/Atom)" > set name, etc > On the URL link put this http://www.youtube.com/rss/user/NAMEOFCHANNEL/feed.rss , and put the name of the channel when says "NAMEOFCHANNEL" :D
     
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    No... This will not work I think.
    You need to enter " http://www.youtube.com/rss/user/NAMEOFCHANNEL/feed.rss" in your browser. After that a new link starting with "gdata.YouTube...." will appear. That is what you need to paste in RSS feed URL option.
     
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