I haven't noticed that. But then again, the only time I use Jasmine is when I get those BS YouTube messages stating that the video can't be played on mobile devices. I open Jasmine and the video automatically launches and plays.Has anyone who uses "Jasmine" ( an excellent third-party YouTube client/player) noticed that even when volume is full up, its a lot quieter than the stock YouTube app ..... This seems to be the case at least since the iOS 7 update, as I can't remember it being significantly softer in iOS 6 ..... The app is very nicely presented, easy to use and has ( to me) a better set up for playlists and other customizing , but I have to use my headset with it much more often than with the same videos and music on YouTube's own player ..... This applies to my iPad mini as well as iPhone 4S ...... David
That the one by Bill Rogers about a woman selling medicinal plants?Ok .... Check your PM's ... I'm going to try to send you a link to a song which will play on YouTube, but has a different error message and will not work in Jasmine....don't let the song title fool you , this is an old West Indian piece which is from our parents ( maybe your Grandparents generation! from a Guyanese artist .. My wife is Guyanese and all the older folk in her family know of this song. It's NOT what you think ...and many can sing it and take these medicinal remedies seriously. I'm going to try to get the link into a PM. Try to play it on YouTube then Jasmine .... Give me a few minutes for the link to "The Weed Song" ...
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I Googled it. I had to add old West Indies with the title. The title alone went to some such about you know what.Yep . .... That's the one ! It goes a wayyyy back in any West Indians collection - but anyone with heritage and family in Guyana will appreciate it. It's always been available to me on YouTube ... But it disappeared off Jasmine ( I have it on a playlist which normally means it can be accessed either way. ). My Jasmine issues have been that it plays at about half the volume of YouTube - so I need my headphones most of the time. Don't worry if you can't understand a Guyanese speaking English ..... Guyana is the only South American country with English as its official langauge - but they can't usually even understand one another when dialects get 'rough' .... Don't let the aura of "Jim Jones" et al scare you - that was a long time ago, involving total nutcases, and Guyana is a wonderful, albeit poor country !
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