The Changes YouTube Has Experienced So Far

YouTube's popularity increased even more with its move to mobile devices in 2007. With the proliferation of smartphones and tablets, people could now watch videos anywhere. Thanks to its user-friendly mobile application, YouTube has made accessing video content easier and expanded its user base.

By the 2010s, YouTube had become a platform preferred not only by individual users but also by professional content producers. The company offered content creators the opportunity to earn advertising revenue through the "YouTube Partner Program". This has led many people to adopt YouTube as a full-time job.

YouTube has impacted not only content creators and viewers, but also advertisers. The platform attracted the attention of big brands because it allowed advertisers to reach a wide audience. Advertising revenues contributed to YouTube becoming a sustainable business model and further expanded the company.

Today, YouTube has billions of active users worldwide, and millions of hours of video content are uploaded to the platform every day. Artificial intelligence-supported recommendation systems can further personalize the video viewing experience by recommending content to users that suits their interests. In addition, technological innovations such as live broadcasts, 360-degree videos and virtual reality keep YouTube constantly updated and interesting.

Originally founded as a simple video sharing platform, YouTube has grown into a worldwide phenomenon over time. This platform, which set out to enable users to share their stories, has now become a part of the daily lives of millions of people. So much so that YouTube is now the most clicked website in the world after Google. It is planned to add a new "Playables" section to YouTube in the near future, which will include games that can be played on both desktop and mobile devices. So, what features would you like YouTube to have?