Create A Video Playlist With Fuugo Video

Hate manually searching for your favourite videos? Make a playlist and have instant access

Creating a playlist can save you the time and effort of manually searching for different videos – you can have instant access to your clips, and even play them on a loop. There are plenty of apps on Google Play to do this, but none offer the depth and sheer range of Fuugo Video.

The app has access to several major sites, collating content from Youtube and Break. Fuugo even has a built-in video player, meaning you won’t need to view them on an external app, but will perhaps need to download a codec supplied by Fuugo. After creating your playlist, you can share it on your Twitter account, and a tweet will be sent to all your followers notifying them when you add a new video, Your followers can then subscribe to your playlist and receive regular updates.

In this tutorial well show you the basics of creating a playlist within the Fuugo app. as well as the process of selecting videos, and where your playlist will be stored.

1. OPEN FUUGO

After downloading and installing the app from Google Play, open it up in your app drawer. Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the home screen and layout of the app before you move on to viewing.

2. ALTER THE SETTINGS

While on the home screen, press on the Settings tab located on the top of the page. This will now show you the various options you can alter. After making the changes you want to make, go back to the home screen.

3. EMPTY PLAYLIST

Swipe to the right on your Android device until you come across a part of the screen named Favourite Playlists. This will be the place you go to for quick access to your favourite videos. For now, it will be empty.

4. SELECT A VIDEO

On the home screen you’ll find a list of all the sites that Fuugo has access to (YouTube et al). Dress on any one of them and when you find a video you want to watch Press the favourites button to add it to the playlist. Continue reading “Create A Video Playlist With Fuugo Video”