#YouTubeRewind 2015 is here with more Youtubers, more catchy-ness and a live Trending tab!

#YouTubeRewind is released and amassing millions of views per day now, and we can enjoy more of the viral and trending videos starting today with the release of the trending video tab! Another year has passed and the YouTube team responsible with creating an original mash-up of all the important Internet-ty things that happened in 2015 has once again released a great video. Some famous YouTubers from all over the world, some catchy or super-annoying songs and the reinterpretation of some viral memes later and we have a video rewind celebrating 10 years of YouTube! But that is not all! YouTube finally made the fourth tab official. This is an illusive feature some users have accidentally experienced this year, after the big overhaul of the mobile app. Now everyone can enjoy it. The Trending tab is responsible with listing the hottest things posted to the media platform on a daily basis. In the meantime, you can also check this year’s YouTube Rewind: Now Watch Me 2015: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KK9bwTlAvgo The trending tab can be found on the mobile app but you can also spot it on the web version. This feature also allows users to check out YouTube 2015 rewind content, which encompasses a collection of some of the most popular videos launched this year on the site. This change should be live on everyone’s app and web page by now. Source: YouTube Blog

Microsoft launches Health app along with Band to match it!

It appears that all monoliths on the tech market are pushing their own fitness apps and devices this time of year. Why wouldn’t Microsoft be one of them then? Google recently published Fit, Apple has HealthKit and now Microsoft will give us Health too! Microsoft Health is the app that tracks your sleep quality, heart rate, calories burned and it tracks your steps as well. In order to properly use this app you will need, of course, a proper band – the Microsoft Band. The device is a plastic bracelet with a LCD screen that displays emails, incoming calls and text messages. It also maps your trips and activity. It was launched in the Microsoft Store where you can get it for $199.99.     Microsoft Health itself is a web platform that allows you to launch a browser in order to get feedback based on what your activities are, the service can show you detailed stuff like how many calories you burn during your exercise sessions, which exercises burn the most calories, how much recovery you should allow yourself after a workout or how your food impacts your workout sessions.     Fitness partners can integrate their services with Health and among the apps that will be supported on the platform you can find RunKeeper, MyFitnessPal, Jawbone and MapMyFitness. Microsoft says that, in the future, users will be able to use their data with HealthVault, where they can get doctor advice. Just in case you like the Microsoft Band more than your usual Android […]