Sort your favorite YouTube channels into into folders with this free app

I have been watching videos for many hours on YouTube, and I subscribe to a ton of channels. But there is a problem in my rightful world: I often end up missing videos from new channels that I have subscribed to, because a huge flow of videos from old ones.

Thankfully, I have found the solution to this problem as Pocketview. This groups your membership into a custom collection. For example, you can group your music and sports channels into separate collections and watch their latest videos when the mood for each category surprises you.

Is pocketview A cross-platform app, Is available for Android, iOS, Chrome, Safari and Firefox. I mainly use Chrome extension, So I’m going to talk a little bit about its integration with YouTube on the web.

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Once you install the extension, you can go to YouTube and start adding channels to different groups by clicking on the add icon on its page.