We release #NewPipe 0.21.8 today. This release brings plenty of critical bug fixes:
The constant buffering in YouTube videos, YouTube comments and YouTube search as well as PeerTube live streams have been fixed.
You can download that release via our #FDroid repository (https://newpipe.net/FAQ/tutorials/install-add-fdroid-repo/) or via GitHub (https://github.com/TeamNewPipe/NewPipe/releases/tag/v0.21.8).
We'll be back with more features soon!
We just released #newpipe 0.21.6 bringing the ability to hide played items in the feed, better handling of deleted YouTube channels and full SAF support (yes, finally 🎉). You are also able to search for hashtags in stream descriptions by tapping on them.
This release also contains a bunch of bug fixes and other improvements, updated translations and more. To get all the details, have a look at our blog:
#newpipe 0.21.4 is out!
The new version brings more meta info on streams including tags, category, license, age limit, host and more.
We have also made smaller improvements and fixed a bunch of bugs.
Checkout the blog post for more info: https://newpipe.net/blog/pinned/release/newpipe-0.21.4-released/
We released #NewPipe 0.21.3 earlier today.
NewPipe can be installed on external storage now.
This version also comes with a lot of improvements and fixes, e.g. PeerTube HLS videos can be played now. However, NewPipe does not have a proper HLS support. For this reason, the workaround comes with a few bugs. But hey, it's better than no videos ;)
For more info on the changes in this release read our blog post:
#newpipe has had a #freenode #IRC channel for a long time. After the "things" which have happened in the last days and weeks, we bid farewell to freenode and move to #LiberaChat
For more information on how to switch to this new IRC channel, read our short blog post:
Also included: fixes for YouTube trending and PeerTube playlists, as well as more details on why a stream is not available.
You can read the full changelog at GitHub: https://github.com/TeamNewPipe/NewPipe/releases/tag/v0.21.0
Version 0.21.0 should be available through the main #FDroid repo in the next days.
You can get the latest version 0.20.11 from https://f-droid.org/packages/org.schabi.newpipe/.
We went back to the "normal" #FDroid build process, so these APKs are signed by F-Droid again. If you installed an APK signed by us, you either need to uninstall the APK or add the official NewPipe repository to F-Droid: https://newpipe.net/FAQ/tutorials/install-add-fdroid-repo/
#newpipe 0.20.7 is out
We are working on a small 0.20.8 update containing a few changes for #rC3. Stay tuned!
Updating fails becuase of the different signing keys, but users are promted to uninstall the currently installed version in order to receive the new version.
We did not analyse the copy yet, but we cannot ensure that this and any updated versions contain no malicous code.
DO NOT INSTALL NEWPIPE FROM ANY THIRD PARTY STORES
To receive updates, please use @fdroidorg and add our custom repository https://newpipe.net/FAQ/tutorials/install-add-fdroid-repo/
Do NOT install #NewPipe through the Samsumg Galaxy Store!
A copy of #newpipe is currently distributed through the Samsung Galaxy Store by a third party. The package id of that version is identical to the officiail one (org.schabi.newpipe), but the signing keys differ.
Surprisingly, users running an outdated version recieve a notification to update their installed version with the one uploaded in the Galaxy Store.
#NewPipe 0.20.3 available now!
- faster loading
- unified play queues
- tons of 🐞 fixes
We finally released #newpipe 0.20.0 🎉
This release brings an embedded player, new MediaStyle notifications, support for even morelocalizations, tons of improvements and bug fixes.
Get the new version from our GitHub release page:
or add our F-Droid repo to your F-Droid client.
Learn more about the changes in this huge release by reading our (very long) blog post:
Translating NewPipe's @fdroidorg store descriptions and changleogs is now possible via Weblate.
Make sure to translate the changelog for the upcomming #NewPipe 0.20.0 release!
#NewPipe turned 5 yesterday 🎉
Learn more about the early beginnings of NewPipe by reading our latest blog post written by @theScrabi
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