Invidious

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Invidious

https://invidio.us/
Invidious is a librejs compatible youtube viewer

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Audio-only (and no need to keep window open on mobile)

   Free software (AGPLv3 licensed)
   No ads
   No need to create a Google account to save subscriptions
   Lightweight (homepage is ~4 KB compressed)
   Tools for managing subscriptions:
       Only show unseen videos
       Only show latest (or latest unseen) video from each channel
       Delivers notifications from all subscribed channels
       Automatically redirect homepage to feed
       Import subscriptions from YouTube
   Dark mode
   Embed support
   Set default player options (speed, quality, autoplay, loop)
   Does not require JS to play videos
   Support for Reddit comments in place of YT comments
   Import/Export subscriptions, watch history, preference
   Does not use any of the official YouTube APIs





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craigt

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1 March 2019

License

MIT

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craigt

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1 March 2019




Leaders and contributors

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Developerhttps://omar.yt/
Bug Trackinghttps://github.com/omarroth/invidious/issues
Homepagehttps://invidio.us/
Generalhttps://github.com/omarroth/invidious


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