Skipping the least favourite part

Skipping the least favourite part
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At some point or other, while browsing through a very long video on YouTube and others such video sharing platforms, we all would have felt that, it would be lot better if it was concise. This happens particularly while watching tutorial videos, where we clamour for being precise and to the point, in vain. 

Hyderabad: At some point or other, while browsing through a very long video on YouTube and others such video sharing platforms, we all would have felt that, it would be lot better if it was concise. This happens particularly while watching tutorial videos, where we clamour for being precise and to the point, in vain.

Looks like these woes are a thing of a past, as a new app, which is slowly making waves promises a solution that makes watching tutorial videos and TED Talks even better experience. ‘Skippy: YouTube turned into books’, which hardly few weeks into the market has managed to grab quite a few eyeballs. It is nothing but a time-saving player mainly designed for informative YouTube videos.

With the help of the app, an ordinary 20-minute TED Talk only takes 3 minutes to watch. The app promises to do away with troubles with concentration during YouTube lectures like Khan Academy, Byjus and others. With the help of the app the user can customise the videos to view at their own pace.

The app skips straight to next subtitle, clip, or scene. While all the redundancies are being filtered out, information is conveyed even more effectively. The developers promise to introduce the users to the easiest, fastest, as well as the most engaged way of YouTube watching.

The app has various sub-categories like social studies, tech and science, inspiration and the like, with plenty of informative videos in each. Developed by Plain Bagel an android developer, which has been active for about two months in Google Play, the app has a rating of 4.67, which is good for an app that is taking its fledgling steps. “The app is for the voracious reader, who cannot wait to listen to the slow talks to gain the knowledge,” says Yogeswar Reddy, a techie.

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