Make the most of YouTube’s video sharing service with the following tools.
Watch videos Worldwide. Instead of browsing YouTube by keyword, tag, category, or channel, why not explore videos geographically. This Google Maps mash-up presents a collection of videos from all over the world.
View the latest virals. The viral video chat shows you which clips are being shared and discussed the most on the web. The site displays a top 20 of the most popular videos of the last 24 hours. Click a video to find interesting statistics such as trends over time, tweets, blog posts and more.
Infinite Playlist. Rather than searching for videos about a particular person or specific subject and then clicking one by one, let infinitube do all the work for you. Jut type a keyword into the search field, click search and the site will play as many relevant videos as it can find, automatically progressing from one to the next while you sit back and watch.
Share selected highlights Share selected sections or portions of a YouTube video rather than making people sit through the whole video. If you want to cut to the chase, check out Splicd.
Discover new music videos. Youscrobble combines Last.fm with YouTube to push thousands of artists, tracks, albums, downloads, and videos onto a single free website. Features include; Similar artist’s Lists and sharing options
Googletube add-on for Firefox. Googletube is a free add-on for Firefox users. It adds little icons to searches in Google, Bing and Yahoo that let you watch YouTube videos instantly in a pop-up player. It also displays related videos in the film strip below the main window.