18 January 2014

Watch Out StubHub, Razorgator Is Coming For The Second Hand Ticket Crown



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The best way to get tickets is to get them the moment they go on sale. Sadly, this just isn’t possible all the time, as some events can sell out in a matter of seconds, and then you’re left with an empty feeling, knowing that you are going to miss out on what could be the event of a lifetime. Or are you? There is a massive second-hand ticket market — where people end up not being able to attend an event, or those who just bought the tickets with the intent of flipping them for a profit — go...


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Chrome Doesn't Delete Old Extension Folders



There's something very annoying about Chrome. It now keeps all the old versions of your extensions and apps. I remember that Chrome used to only keep the current version and the previous version, just like it handles Chrome releases.



If you've installed many extensions and apps, it's likely that the Extensions folder from your Chrome profile uses many hundreds of megabytes. Some apps are pretty big now: for example, the latest version of Polycraft uses 76.6 MB. It's obvious that a single application could use 1 GB after a few updates.



Here's another example: the LastPass extensions. I've checked my profile folder and Chrome keeps 11 versions of this extension since October 2013. Total disk usage: 107 MB, instead of 9.6 MB for the latest version.






Obviously, the old versions are useless and this is a bug. There's a bug report from a Google employee here and it mentions that "the Google+ Photos app is a fairly large app (56MB) which updates frequently (weekly?). It does not appear that older versions get deleted. For the G+ photos app which takes 56MB, I had over 700MB of old versions on my drive."



Until Google fixes this bug, you can manually delete the old versions. Go to your profile folder and open the Extensions folder. Every extension and app has its own folder with a cryptic name (the extension ID), so you can open each one and delete all the subfolders except for the most recent one. For example, LastPass's folder is named hdokiejnpimakedhajhdlcegeplioahd and it has a subfolder for each version. You can sort them by name or by date and keep the most recent version (3.0.22_0).

17 January 2014

Google Chrome 32 Brings Data Compress To Mobiles, Website Shortcuts to Android



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With each new update of the Chrome browser, Google brings something new to the table. Chrome 32 for mobile has a significant new feature though: the ability to automatically reduce your data consumption. Additionally, Android users can create shortcuts to websites on the homescreen and iOS users get a taste of the Translate feature. But the big news, of course, is data consumption. The new data compression and bandwidth management feature claims it can reduce data usage by up to 50% on either Android or iOS. There are already ways to curb mobile data usage, but this promises to be...


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tinySpell Adds Spell Check To Notepad, WordPad, And All Windows Programs



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The Notepad program has been the part of all versions of Windows operating system ever since its introduction with Windows 1.0, back in 1995. While Microsoft has enhanced and overhauled most of the areas of Windows operating system in the recent versions of Windows, the Notepad program hasn’t seen much love from the developers at […]

Smart Contact Lenses, NSA Text Collection, Facebook Trending Topics [Tech News Digest]



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Today in Tech News Digest, Google reveals its smart contact lenses for diabetics, the NSA is accused of collecting millions of random text messages, Facebook announces Trending, Spotify kills its listening time limits, Rdio goes free on the Web, Google Chrome gets a fancy update on Windows 8, and Cecelia Abadie is cleared of driving while Glassing. Google Reveals Smart Contact Lenses I can’t even look at my Google Glass now. Told ‘em, “Why are you so big? Why can’t you be contact lenses.” They’re feeling all bad now. — Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) January 17, 2014 Google has revealed it’s...


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Smart Contact Lenses, NSA Text Collection, Facebook Trending Topics [Tech News Digest]



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Today in Tech News Digest, Google reveals its smart contact lenses for diabetics, the NSA is accused of collecting millions of random text messages, Facebook announces Trending, Spotify kills its listening time limits, Rdio goes free on the Web, Google Chrome gets a fancy update on Windows 8, and Cecelia Abadie is cleared of driving while Glassing. Google Reveals Smart Contact Lenses I can’t even look at my Google Glass now. Told ‘em, “Why are you so big? Why can’t you be contact lenses.” They’re feeling all bad now. — Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) January 17, 2014 Google has revealed it’s...


Read the full article: Smart Contact Lenses, NSA Text Collection, Facebook Trending Topics [Tech News Digest]



Smart Contact Lenses, NSA Text Collection, Facebook Trending Topics [Tech News Digest]



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Today in Tech News Digest, Google reveals its smart contact lenses for diabetics, the NSA is accused of collecting millions of random text messages, Facebook announces Trending, Spotify kills its listening time limits, Rdio goes free on the Web, Google Chrome gets a fancy update on Windows 8, and Cecelia Abadie is cleared of driving while Glassing. Google Reveals Smart Contact Lenses I can’t even look at my Google Glass now. Told ‘em, “Why are you so big? Why can’t you be contact lenses.” They’re feeling all bad now. — Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) January 17, 2014 Google has revealed it’s...


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Find Legal Images On Google With A New Filter



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Contrary to popular belief, pictures found on Google Images are not free to use any way you want. Google has recognized this belief is widespread, so they have now implemented a new filter in their search results that will show you the images which are legal to use. Using it is very simple. After entering your search term, click on the “search tools” option in the menu bar. That will drop down to reveal more options, including “Usage Rights“. Then choose the license you are looking for, and the search results will update instantly. The first results are often from...


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No More Google Notifier



Google Notifier will no longer be available. It was an app for Windows and Mac that displayed notifications for Gmail and Google Calendar in the system tray, while also allowing you to set Gmail as the default mail client for your computer.






Google sent this message, which suggests some alternatives:



We're writing to let you know about an important change to Google Notifier Beta. Starting on 31 January, Google Notifier Beta will no longer be supported, meaning that the app will no longer show recent emails and calendar events.



Since Google Notifier Beta was launched in 2005, a lot has changed. Smartphones can now notify us of new messages wherever we are, and improvements to web technology enable similar features to be built right into the browser.



If you want to continue to receive notifications, you can use any of the following alternatives to Google Notifier Beta, using the Chrome browser. To see the number of unread messages in your inbox at a glance, install the Gmail Checker Chrome app. To preview new messages on your desktop, go to Gmail's settings and enable Desktop Notifications. You can uninstall Google Notifier Beta by following these instructions.



It's funny to see that the app was still in beta.



{ Thanks, Koen. }

Google Music Timeline



Google found a great way to use the data from the people who uploaded songs to Google Play Music. Google Music Timeline "shows genres of music waxing and waning, based on how many Google Play Music users have an artist or album in their music library, and other data (such as album release dates). Each stripe on the graph represents a genre; the thickness of the stripe tells you roughly the popularity of music released in a given year in that genre."









The timeline starts in 1950, data is is normalized by the total number of albums from a certain year and there's no classical music.



Mouse over a genre to find popular albums, search for an album or artist.



{ via John Mueller }

Google's Experimental Search Box for Financial Sites



Google experiments with displaying a search box next to sites like Google Finance, Yahoo Finance, Reuters. There's a button with the following label: "get quotes" and you're supposed to use this feature if you want to search for share prices.



For example, when you type [Google] or [GOOG], you're sent to the right page from Google Finance, Yahoo Finance and other financial sites. If you search for [computers], you'll get a search results page from the financial site. Is this the first time when Google shows a search box and doesn't return its own results?









I checked the source page and it says that it's a rich snippet, just like those that are used for reviews, music, events, products.



{ via Rubén }

Read Feedly Offline: Download Unread Items To An Ebook



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The Google News downloading service NewsToEbook now works with Feedly. With it you can download your unread items from Feedly to an EPUB or MOBI ebook file, which you can then read on your offline e-reader. Kindle, Kobo, Nook and even your tablet all support one format or the other, so this will work for you. The ecosystem of apps surrounding Google Reader didn’t completely collapse when Google shut down the service in July, 2013 – but it did take some applications longer to adjust than others. NewsToEbook, which could download your Google Reader feeds as an ebook, was basically...


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16 January 2014

First-Time Shopper On Ebay? 5 Important Things You Need To Know



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Welcome to Ebay Shopping 101. You are the select few, chosen to be trained as sharp-shooting Ebay bidders, capable of finding the best deals and winning every auction. So pull up a chair and let’s get started. Shopping on Ebay isn’t really like shopping on Amazon or any other shopping site. On most sites, you search for the product you like, find it, and if there are enough left, you buy it at the best fixed price you can find and then wait for it to arrive in the mail. On Ebay, not so much. There are a few important...


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Google Updates Chrome For Windows 8, Adds Noisy Tab Feature And Desktop-like UI



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Chrome users on Windows 8 can expect an update rolling out to their browser today that includes a “Noisy Tabs” feature and Chrome OS-like desktop environment. The largest visual change is only noticeable if you run Chrome in “Windows 8 Mode”, a special mode Microsoft has set up for Web browsers that allows them to run in a pseudo-Modern app form. Chrome now appears visually like Chrome OS in this mode. There is a grey background and multiple Chrome windows can be opened within the environment. There’s even a “shelf” that can run along the bottom, left, or right side...


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Google Updates Chrome For Windows 8, Adds Noisy Tab Feature And Desktop-like UI



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Chrome users on Windows 8 can expect an update rolling out to their browser today that includes a “Noisy Tabs” feature and Chrome OS-like desktop environment. The largest visual change is only noticeable if you run Chrome in “Windows 8 Mode”, a special mode Microsoft has set up for Web browsers that allows them to run in a pseudo-Modern app form. Chrome now appears visually like Chrome OS in this mode. There is a grey background and multiple Chrome windows can be opened within the environment. There’s even a “shelf” that can run along the bottom, left, or right side...


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Google Works on a Fitness API for Android



Wearables are now the next big thing. A lot of companies develop smart watches, smart glasses and head-up displays, smart headphones, smart clothes. They all include low-power sensors that can obtain information about your health, your activities, the things you see.



Android 4.4 supports some new sensors for detecting and counting steps. These sensors are implemented in hardware and are only available on Nexus 5.



Google now works on a Fitness API for Android which will allow applications to view and edit fitness data. They can "view and edit your fitness tracking, health and activities data, including reading and writing raw and transformed data". This might allow Google to store data obtained from multiple sources to your Google account so that other applications can process it, show charts and other useful information.









It's not clear if this new API will be available in the next Android release or in Google Play Services.



{ Thanks, Florian. }

Apple Pays, Google Plays, Viddy Sells, Horizon Fixes [Tech News Digest]



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Today in Tech News Digest, Apple pays for in-app purchases, Google Play Movies & TV arrives on iOS, Starbucks is caught using clear text when storing passwords, Fullscreen acquires Supernova (formerly Viddy), EA backtracks on offline SimCity, and Horizon arrives to kill videos shot in portrait mode. Apple Backs Down Over In-App Purchases Apple to refund change it found in couch to FTC in settlement. — Alex Wilhelm (@alex) January 15, 2014 Apple has agreed to pay full refunds to customers who claimed confusion over in-app purchases led to their kids racking up huge bills. The accord with the FTC...


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Google Now in Chrome for Desktop






Google Now cards are available in the latest Chrome Canary build for Windows and Mac. You only need to go to chrome://flags/#enable-google-now , then switch from "Default" to "Enabled" and click "Relaunch Now" at the bottom of the page.






If you're signed into Chrome, you should see a Google Now notification and then a list of cards. "Google Now on your desktop! Stay connected to what you need to know, across all devices," informs the first card. Google Now cards are displayed using Chrome's notification interface in the Windows system tray or the Mac menu bar.



"If you use Google Now on your mobile device, you can see certain Now cards on your desktop computer if you're signed into Chrome, including weather, sports scores, commute traffic, and event reminders cards. Some of these cards may be based on the location of your mobile device. Google Now on Chrome shows a subset of the Now cards you see on your mobile device, which uses your device's location. You can edit your location settings (Location Reporting and Location History) on your Android or iOS device at any time," informs Google.






{ Thanks, Michael. }

I Sold a Chrome Extension but it was a bad decision



When Google decided the pull the plug on Google Reader, I quickly made the switch to Feedly since it was (and still is) the best alternative to Google’s RSS Reader. The one important piece that Feedly did not offer was a Chrome extension that would let users subscribe to RSS feeds on any web page with a click.


Since the extension was something that I needed for my own workflow, I wrote one (writing a Chrome extension is easy) and also published it to Google Chrome store. The last time I checked my Chrome developer dashboard, the extension had gained 30000+ users on Chrome.


Monetizing Google Chrome extensions is tricky


One morning I got an email from someone ( I tried Googling her name but it returned no results ) asking me if I would be interested in selling the Feedly Chrome extension. It was a 4-figure offer for something that had taken an hour to create and I agreed to the deal. I had no clue about the buyer and was also curious to know why would anyone pay this kind of money for such a simple Chrome extension.


The extension was sold, they sent the money via PayPal and I transferred the ownership of the extension to a particular Google Account. It was a smooth transition.


A month later, the new owners of the Feedly extension pushed an update to the Chrome store. No, the update didn’t bring any new features to the table nor contained any bug fixes. Instead, they incorporated advertising into the extension.


These aren’t regular banner ads that you see on web pages, these are invisible ads that work the background and replace links on every website that you visit into affiliate links. In simple English, if the extension is activated in Chrome, it will inject adware into all web pages.


The user ratings of the Chrome extension are headed south.

The user ratings of the Chrome extension are headed south.



No surprises, the ratings of the extension have recently plummeted at the Chrome store but the business model of the buyer is simple – they buy popular add-ons, inject affiliate links and the bulk of users would never notice this since the Chrome browser automatically updates add-ons in the background. And there are no changelogs either.


The extension does offer an option to opt-out of advertising (you are opted-in by default) or you can disable them on your own by blocking the superfish.com and www.superfish.com domains in your hosts file but quietly sneaking ads doesn’t sound like the most ethical way to monetize a product.


It was probably a bad idea to sell the Chrome add-on and am sorry if you were an existing user. Meanwhile, you can switch to the Feedly bookmarklet for the adware-free experience.




This story, I Sold a Chrome Extension but it was a bad decision, was originally published at Digital Inspiration on 16/01/2014 under Feedly, Internet

Do You Value Online Reviews? [We Ask You]



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We all have opinions on things. And the Internet seems to have drawn previously reserved individuals out of their shells until they’re more than willing to tell you their opinion on anything and everything. Whether you asked for it or not. Reviews are everywhere. From websites rating the latest movies, music, and television shows, to online shopping sites such as Amazon ranking consumer products by an arbitrary scoring system. But just because reviews are ubiquitous doesn’t mean they’re actually worthwhile. The Value Of Opinion… We want to know, Do You Value Online Reviews? This questions cuts both ways. Do you...


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Nest: When Design Gets Expensive



Google's announcement that it will buy Nest was surprising. "Google has entered into an agreement to buy Nest Labs, Inc. for $3.2 billion in cash. Nest's mission is to reinvent unloved but important devices in the home such as thermostats and smoke alarms. Since its launch in 2011, the Nest Learning Thermostat has been a consistent best seller and the recently launched Protect (Smoke + CO Alarm) has had rave reviews."






Back in 2007, Google paid $3.1 billion for DoubleClick, which completely transformed Google's ad business. Why pay $3.2 billion for a home automation company that designs beautiful objects? Maybe because it was founded by Tony Fadell, one of the people who designed the iPod, an iconic product that changed Apple.



Google's 2013 was mostly about hardware. From Chromebook Pixel to HP Chromebook 11, from Nexus 5/7 to Chromecast, from Moto X to Glass, Google designs consumer hardware and it's just getting started. Many of these products bypass OEMs and use Google's brand. It's a major shift for Google and a superstar designer can make Google's products even better.



From Jon Willey, Lead Designer for Google Search:



When Nest first made a thermostat, it seemed a lot of people said "wow, what a great thermostat company." And then they released a smoke alarm and the sense I got from many was "oh, Nest is a great thermostat and smoke alarm company."



But at the heart, Nest is obviously a great design company. Great design is about simplicity, utility, and beauty and Nest products have those qualities in abundance.



And so as Google works hard to bring great design to all of its products, it is very exciting to have the Nest team join Google.


Chrome's Data Compression, Now For Everyone



Chrome's data compression feature is now available for all Android and iOS users. The latest releases of Chrome for Android and iOS add this feature, which was previously limited to Chrome Beta for Android and some randomly picked users.



"When enabled, Chrome's data compression and bandwidth management can reduce data usage by up to 50% while browsing the web on Chrome for Android and iOS. This feature also enables Chrome's Safe Browsing technology which helps protect you from malicious webpages," informs Google.






This feature uses a Google proxy to compress all the pages you visit, except for HTTPS pages and the sites you visit in Chrome's incognito mode.



"When the Data Compression Proxy feature is enabled, Chrome Mobile opens a connection between your phone and one of the optimization servers running in Google's datacenters and relays all non-encrypted HTTP requests over this connection. (...) The browser-to-proxy connection runs over SSL, meaning that your browsing session is encrypted between your device and Google's servers. The proxy also performs intelligent compression and minification of HTML, JavaScript and CSS resources, which removes unnecessary whitespace, comments, and other metadata which are not essential to render the page. These optimizations, combined with mandatory gzip compression for all resources, can result in substantial bandwidth savings," informs Google. DNS lookups are performed by the proxy, while the images are converted to WebP and the resulting images are up to 80% smaller.



Chrome for iOS also adds the page translation feature, which was previously limited to Chrome for Android and desktop, while Chrome for Android lets you add to the homescreen shortcuts to any page or web app.



As usually, "these updates will be rolling out over the next few days", so don't expect to get the latest version of Mobile Chrome right away.

Chrome's Metro Mode



This is not Chrome OS, it's a new Chrome interface that's only used in Windows 8 in the Metro mode (Modern UI). "Manage multiple Chrome windows and quickly get to your favorite Chrome Apps with an integrated app launcher. On the desktop, we've updated the default styling of UI elements like form controls and scrollbars to match the sleek design of the new Chrome Metro interface," informs Google.






Google ignored the Metro design language and decided to bring the Chrome OS interface to Windows 8. You'll get an app launcher, a shelf where you can pin your favorite apps, you can add new windows, move them, minimize them, maximize them, resize them and close them.



It's a great way to promote Chromebooks. You run Chrome in an immersive environment, as if it were the only application from your computer.



You can switch between the desktop mode and the Metro mode by clicking the menu and selecting "Relaunch Chrome on the desktop/in Windows 8 mode". Relaunching Chrome on the desktop didn't work well for me: only one of the windows was properly restored. "Chrome remembers the mode you last used. For example, if you exit Chrome from your desktop, you'll automatically be in desktop mode the next time you open Chrome," explains Google.



Chrome doesn't run in Windows 8 RT, but Windows for ARM isn't very popular.

Chrome Shows Noisy Tabs



I've noticed that many music/video sites now add a "play" Unicode character to the title when a video or a song is playing, so you can quickly find noisy tabs. Here are some examples: YouTube, Dailymotion, Soundcloud.



Chrome 32 added a similar feature, but it works for any site. It shows a small icon next to the title if the tab is playing audio.






I tested this feature and it works for HTML5 video/audio and Flash content. Mute the video or pause it and the Chrome icon disappears.



The sound icon is redundant for YouTube and the other sites I've mentioned, but it's still displayed for consistency.






Chrome shows two other special icons for using the webcam and casting.





Star Google Contacts



Google announced a new starring feature for contacts. Now you can star contacts and they'll be added to the Starred group.



"Just like how you can star important messages in your inbox, you can now star individuals in your Google Contacts list. (...) For those of you who use Android, your Starred contacts will stay in sync with your Android Favorites. Starring a contact on desktop will star that same person in your Android contacts, and vice-versa, so you can see and manage your contacts seamlessly wherever you may be."



Until now, Google used the "Starred in Android" group for favorite contacts, but this was more like a workaround. Now it's a native Gmail feature.






I don't see the new feature in the desktop Gmail interface, so this will probably be gradually added in the coming days.



{ Thanks, Matt Carney. }

Quickly Find Creative Commons Images Using Google



Now you no longer have to open the advanced search page to restrict the Google Image Search results to Creative Commons pics or public domain images. Just click "search tools" below the search box, then click "usage rights" and pick one of the options: "labeled for reuse", "labeled for commercial reuse", "labeled for reuse with modification" or "labeled for commercial reuse with modification". You'll find many pictures from Flickr and Wikipedia.









Visit the page, find the license and make sure it's right for you. You should always link to the page, mention the author and the source. "Before reusing content that you've found, you should verify that its license is legitimate and check the exact terms of reuse stated in the license. For example, most licenses require that you give credit to the image creator when reusing an image. Google has no way of knowing whether the license is legitimate, so we aren't making any representation that the content is actually or lawfully licensed," informs Google.






Google should replace the message "Images may be subject to copyright" with the Creative Commons license.



{ via Search Engine Land }

15 January 2014

Perform These 7 Awesome Photoshop Tricks in GIMP



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Do advanced photo tricks, for free. It’s possible, thanks to The GIMP. The GNU Image Manipulation Program, or GIMP, is a capable open source and free alternative to Photoshop. While it’s not quite as easy or powerful as Photoshop, you can still make anything happen with GIMP, some know-how, and a bit of elbow grease. If you’d like to keep yourself from burning a major hole in your wallet in exchange for a bit more work, grab a copy of GIMP and check out these seven great Photoshop tricks you can do with it! Layer Styles Layer styles are various...


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Perform These 7 Awesome Photoshop Tricks in GIMP



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Do advanced photo tricks, for free. It’s possible, thanks to The GIMP. The GNU Image Manipulation Program, or GIMP, is a capable open source and free alternative to Photoshop. While it’s not quite as easy or powerful as Photoshop, you can still make anything happen with GIMP, some know-how, and a bit of elbow grease. If you’d like to keep yourself from burning a major hole in your wallet in exchange for a bit more work, grab a copy of GIMP and check out these seven great Photoshop tricks you can do with it! Layer Styles Layer styles are various...


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Finding Free Movies on YouTube Made Easy



Use Instant Movie Search or browse the catalog by year of release

Use Instant Movie Search or browse the catalog by year of release



Introducing Zero Dollar Movies, a new site for movie buffs that will help you find and discover movies that are available on YouTube for free. These are full-length movies and there are no trailers or partial uploads.


The catalog includes a collection of 15,000+ movies, organized by their year of release, and new titles are getting added every day. You can find movies in English, Hindi (Bollywood) and few other regional languages.


Instant Movie Search


One of the most useful feature of Zero Dollar Movies is Instant Search – you type a word and the site will instantly bring all the matching films that are available on YouTube for free viewing. The search feature is location aware and will only show movie titles that are available in your current geographic location.


The red-green ratings bar near the video thumbnails indicate the ratio of likes to dislikes and offer a visual clue on how popular that particular movie is on YouTube. If the red color is prominent, you may as well skip the video.


The movie data was sourced from YouTube using their data API and also /r/fullmoviesonyoutube, one of most active Reddit community where members post links to free movies on YouTube. I used Google Scripts to scrap Reddit and a copy of this movie database can also be downloaded from Github.


The Instant Search feature internally uses the YouTube Search API and queries the YouTube database directly instead of the Zero Dollar Movies database so the results are always current. The one caveat is that results may sometimes include paid movies as the YouTube API doesn’t offer a way to exclude rentals in search results, at least yet.


Switch to Hindi in the dropdown and find bollywood movies that are free on YouTube

Switch to Hindi in the dropdown and find bollywood movies that are free on YouTube



This is the initial version and, going forward, I do plan to add more features including integration with other popular movie databases like IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes.


Also, a little request. If you encounter a video on the site that has been removed from YouTube, maybe because it was not uploaded by the original owner or YouTube terminated the owner’s channel, please use the “Flag Video” button to report the video. [Zero Dollar Movies ]




This story, Finding Free Movies on YouTube Made Easy, was originally published at Digital Inspiration on 15/01/2014 under YouTube, Internet