@jeffalyanak this is a really bad reason to not use NewPipe
Well, I only really watch videos from channels that I'm subscribed to and I can't find them in NewPipe.
Right now I use a Greasemonkey script that lets me see see a feed of locally stored subscriptions, but I'd switch to NewPipe in a heartbeat if I could actually find the videos that I want to watch.
As it is, with NewPipe I'd have to open and check every one of my subscriptions one at a time for new videos with no indication as to which might have new videos, which is a really *good* reason not to use NewPipe.
@jeffalyanak ...no, no it's not.
Sir, could you give me a good reason to switch away from my current solution (which actually solves my problem) to NewPipe (which doesn't)?
You say that the software not working for my use-case is not a good enough reason to not use it? Why would I arbitrarily switch to it and make my experience a lot harder? What benefits would I hope to expect?
Yeah, that's what I leverage for my Greasemonkey script. Unfortunately, I don't have a mobile option that is quite as nice as that. Currently on mobile I just use the raw feed, but it's awkward to click a video and have it open in my browser. Hopefully NewPipe adds chronological timelines soon.
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