Dino F

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Sep 16, 2010
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Went to share a video, earlier on, and tapped the 'share icon' when I was within the 'Photos' native app and was surprised to see that the old YouTube app icon was showing on the 'Share Screen'? ImageUploadedByTapatalk1349625330.096972.jpg

I was actually trying to share the video to Facebook but as you can see from the screen shot, this was not possible?! In order to share a video, I needed to actually open the Facebook app and click on 'Photo' where it would then give me an option to take a new video or use one from my camera roll.

Seems that you only get to share to Facebook from within the Photos app if you are just sharing photos?!
 

chenks

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Oct 23, 2007
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nice misleading thread title.
the app icon is still present for sharing, but the app is most definetely NOT still present.
 
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rorschach

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Jul 27, 2003
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The app is most definitely not present. You can simply still upload videos to YouTube (which makes sense; there's no reason to remove that functionality).
 
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Cougarcat

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Sep 19, 2003
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It would be kinda neat if the YouTube icon reflected whatever YouTube client you had installed.
 
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MozMan68

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Jun 29, 2010
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Right here...
That's just a wrong icon, not the app existing. Please be more specific in title!

Not the wrong icon...that's Apple's icon for uploading to YouTube. Why would they use Google's new app icon? No guarantee that people even have that loaded onto their phones.
 
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chenks

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It would be kinda neat if the YouTube icon reflected whatever YouTube client you had installed.

why? the "upload to youtube" process doesn't use any of the those client apps, it's using an in-built system process to do it.
 
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