Is it just me or do most people spend most of their time in Youtube (after Facebook, I guess) ? May be I am just a minority, but that doesn’t make playing Youtube videos with a Desktop application less interesting. There are quite some distinct benefits playing youtube videos with a dedicated application. However each tool brings their own set of features, that some like and some don’t. Previously, I introduced Minitube as such an application. Minitube is basically a TV replacement, because you can subscribe to channels without having to login to Youtube. When new vidoes are uploaded in your subscribed channels, you get notifications that lets you watch all the videos that you missed.
Another feature I want from a dedicated youtube application is the ability to create playlists. I want to add my favorite songs and play them on repeat mode in the background, while I am doing other things. QMPlay2 provides just that feature.