Google has launched today a new mapping service for YouTube. YouTube Trends Map will show U.S. users, the most viral and trendy videos of the day. But the popularity chart will be managed according to region and gender and also according to different age groups.
YouTube has now its own Trends Map. Google Maps shows you discreet info of many things but not related to any popular videos. Hence Google thinks of launching a separate mapping service for YouTube that will capture current trends of Youtube videos. YouTube Trends Map will now allow users to watch most popular videos of their region. But this service is now only available in the United States.
Kevin Allocca has made the announcement through an official blog. The company also stated that YouTube Trends Map service is introduced in accordance to the great customer feedback given on Trends Dashboard. YouTube also shows its concerns of launching this service globally in near future.
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