We needed to publish a fix version to get rid of crashes at app start.
Get #newpipe 0.21.12 from our #fdroid repo for an easy upgrade https://newpipe.net/FAQ/tutorials/install-add-fdroid-repo/
A few more details about the crash can be found in this blog post:
We just release #newpipe 0.21.11 🎉
This version is a small update which polishes a few things.
➕ Neverhteless, you can now use an "Enqueue next" option in the long-press menu to mark a stream to be played once the current stream is finished.
🎨 The background / pop-up play queue view received a small update, too.
🐞 We fixed a few bugs. Importing settings is working again. The player should close the used media sessions properly, too.
Read the blog post for a full changelog:
We just released #NewPipe 0.21.10.
➕ support for CSV YouTube subscription imports
➕ choose which search suggestions (remote / history) to show
➕ option to directly open fullscreen when the main player starts
🎨 improved dark theme
🎞️ improved image loading
🐞 tons of bug fixes
You can find a detailed description of all changes in NewPipe 0.21.10 at our blog:
Download the update from our own #fdroid repository or later from the main F-Droid repo.
@phoenix Bei Apps zum Managen von Invidious-Instanzen kann ich dir leider nicht weiterhelfen.
Damit die Instanz in NewPipe erkannt wird, müssen wir die URL kennen. Der Rest geht dann recht simpel (siehe z.B. https://github.com/TeamNewPipe/NewPipeExtractor/pull/712).
We just released #newpipe 0.21.9 🎉
This version comes with
🖼️ seekbar thumbnails in the player
💓 heart reactions in the comments
🗨️ improved support for videos with disabled comments
✔️ the ability to mark streams as watched from within your feeds
🏎️ various performance improvements
🐞 multiple bug fixes
Learn more by reading the full blog post: https://newpipe.net/blog/pinned/release/newpipe-0.21.9-released/
You can get this brand new version from our #fdroid repository or by downloading it directly from GitHub.
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:
@leszek Das sind ja tolle Nachrichten ^^
Stand jetzt ist noch eine große Zahl an Videos, die NewPipe vorstellen, auf YouTube vorhanden: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=newpipe
Mal sehen, wie sich das entwickelt.
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/
@CryptGoat @Woelkchen80 My mistake. We generate v1 and v1/v2 signed APKs. The v1 version is for F-Droid and the v2 version for distributioning through GitHub or our own F-Droid repo. I was watching a live stream while preparing the release and forgot to rename the file before uploading it to the release page.
@ecky it is official, but needs a maintainer. The legacy version is multiple releases behind the main / "normal" NewPipe build.
#newpipe 0.20.7 is out
We are working on a small 0.20.8 update containing a few changes for #rC3. Stay tuned!
@Khrys I use F-Droid. We got reports from people using the Galaxy Store, so I wanted to draw attention to that.
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