Have you ever wondered how many hours of video people watch on YouTube every day? You will be shocked to know that users on YouTube are now watching one billion hours of videos. Back in the year 2015, YouTube announced that it had surpassed 500 million hours per day.
How Many Hours Of Videos People Watch On YouTube Every Day?
As we all know, YouTube is right now the most popular video sharing website where lots of people watch content every day. Well, everyone likes to spend time watching YouTube videos.
Believe it or not, YouTube is the only reason why we usually run out of the data much faster than we assumed and it is one of the popular entertainment means for users. However, have you ever wondered how many hours of video people watch on YouTube every day?
YouTube had recently answered the question. You will be shocked to know that users on YouTube are now watching one billion hours of videos. That’s an insane number. Well, back in the year 2015, YouTube announced that it had surpassed 500 million hours per day.
Well, YouTube now have it’s own mobile app, it even have YouTube Go app which claims to consume fewer data. So, users also use their mobile apps and computers to watch videos on YouTube.
YouTube had announced that they achieved the billion-hour milestone previous year. The company is right now focusing more on the length of time people spent watching videos, rather than overall video views.
YouTube’s blog post says “Let’s put that in perspective. If you were to sit and watch a billion hours of YouTube, it would take you over 100,000 years. 100,000 years ago, our ancestors were crafting stone tools and migrating out of Africa while mammoths and mastodons roamed the Earth. If you spent 100,000 years traveling at the speed of light, you could travel from one end of the Milky Way to the other (and you wouldn’t age a day!). And if you searched for 100,000 years on YouTube, you’d find a really killer KISS track.”
Well, YouTube is making some changes in its mobile app to make its service more enticing, including the removable of unskippable 30-second advertisements.
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