Posted June 16, 2020 06:16:30Google’s Google Play Video app is getting some new functionality to help teachers and students learn the basics of computer science.
The app has been updated with support for video lessons that can be viewed by using Google’s Chromecast streaming device or Google’s free YouTube app.
For now, the app only supports teaching videos in the video format that is currently supported by Google’s Android TV devices.
Google has also added a new video mode called video lecture, which is similar to a lecture course but with no lecture slides.
That mode, like the lecture mode, is only available on the Google Play version of the app.
The new feature means that teachers can use the Google Video app to watch videos in any video format, from standard audio, video, and video, through the Chromecast and Google’s YouTube app, as long as the video’s quality is good enough.
“You can also use the app to record your students’ work and send them off to Google’s own YouTube channel to learn from,” the Google product page for the app reads.
There are a few caveats with the video lecture mode.
First, video lecture is limited to “standard audio,” meaning that it’s limited to Google Chrome OS.
Second, the video mode is only supported for videos in Google’s video format.
Third, the feature only works on Google’s mobile video app.
There are also some limitations to using video lecture on the app’s web interface.
You can only view videos in that format if you are using a Chromecast or Google TV.
And you cannot send video lectures from the app directly to Google Play.
The addition of video lecture to the Google video app was included in a developer update for the Android TV app on June 16.
At the time, Google also noted that it would release an update for video lecture that would allow teachers to use it on their Android TV device.
In a blog post, Google’s product manager David Seltzer explained that teachers are “working on a new version of their Google Video App that will support video lectures that can take place on Google Cast.”
Google’s support for Chromecast-powered video lessons comes a few months after it released the Google Cast SDK, which allows teachers to easily add Google Cast to their classrooms using the Play Video platform.