Youtube Vanced: How to watch YouTube videos without ads and in the background

                                   

                         


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Youtube Vanced: How to watch YouTube videos without ads and in the background

               

Youtube Vanced: How to watch YouTube videos without ads and in the background


If you’re tired of ads interrupting your favorite videos on YouTube, then you’ll want to check out YoutTube Vanced, which is a modified version of the official YouTube app that lets you watch YouTube without any ads and even in the background while you’re using other apps on your phone or tablet. With this app, you can watch YouTube videos anywhere, anytime without any distracting ads. Let’s take a look at how to use the app.


How To Download  Vanced Premium YouTube To Your Smart Phone

It's an easy way to do it. You just need to simply follow the below steps given in the video tutorial carefully.



The Link To Download Vanced Manager Premium

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The Easiest Way

Background Playback is an option offered by Google that lets you play audio from a YouTube video while doing other things on your phone. For example, if you're listening to music on Spotify, it will automatically pause when a video starts playing. In order for Background Playback to work, you'll need both Google's app (on iOS or Android) and either Google Play Music or Youtube Red as part of your subscription. When you start playing a video through those apps—even if you get interrupted—it will continue playing even when you lock your screen or open another app. For now, Background Playback only works with music tracks from Google's own apps so don't expect any miracle solutions for your pirated MP3s just yet!


Using Android

If you’re an Android user, there’s a popular app called Vanced which will allow you to bypass these ads. The app is free on Google Play, but you must have a rooted phone and know how to use ADB commands. To learn more about how to use ADB commands, check out XDA Developers or /r/AndroidTV. Another option for watching videos without the autoplay feature is using Firefox or Chrome. This can be achieved by installing an extension called Stay Focused, which is available on all major browsers. After installing it, go into settings and select which websites you want disabled from autoplay video content—and then never look back!


Using Apple

While using an iPhone or iPad, you have a few options for watching video. If you have one of these devices, I recommend having an Apple TV; it allows you to turn your phone into a remote control so that you can watch anything on your TV. Alternatively, try mirroring your iPhone onto your computer's monitor with Airplay. Just go into Control Center, tap on Airplay and select Computer as your output device. (If you're looking for more information about how to use Airplay with a Mac, check out our guide.) Unfortunately, iPhones don't support Flash content that is embedded on websites. The app is only available for Android at present and does not offer offline downloads like its Apple counterpart.


Watching on Windows/Mac/Linux

Okay, so here's how you can go about watching YouTube on your computer without seeing annoying ads or having to stop what you're doing every two minutes. The steps below will work for Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Edge. Sadly there is no way to completely remove ads from mobile devices that I am aware of. So if you'd like a completely ad-free experience on mobile devices I recommend using a different browser than Safari or Chrome; either Firefox or Opera work great for me!

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