This resource page mainly talks about how to connect two most popular items at the end of last decade: YouTube to iPad. Here you can find the conflict between Apple iPad and Adobe Flash Player, newly released YouTube app on iPad, iPad Air, iPad mini and iPad Pro, the solution of "Cannot connect to YouTube" or "Cannot watch YouTube videos on iPad" error, and, what is best reasonable opinion to download/convert YouTube to iPad Pro/Air/mini.
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Do you know how many views the most popular YouTube video has recently? Work (by Rihanna and Drake), has had over 150 million views in one month! Do you know how many viewers will log on YouTube on the same day? 2 billion viewers! Do you know it will take how long to watch all YouTube video? More than 1000 years! And gradually, this trend is spreaded onto mobile. While it seems iPad(Air/mini/Pro)'s Retina display is the best platform. 1024x768, 1280x720 and 1920x1080 displays are all ready for watching various YouTube videos on iPad.
Adobe tried unsuccessfully for years to let Flash Player onto the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, a move that would have helped fulfill Adobe's cross-platform programming ambitions. Apple refused, though. While almost all the online video sharing sites require Flash Player, so does it mean that you cannot watch YouTube on iPad 2-4, iPad Air 2-3, iPad mini 2-4, iPad Pro or other apple devices? No, let's check it out. Adobe sidestepped the restriction by debuting software that would convert Flash apps into native iPhone OS apps, for instance YouTube app on iPad Air.
The YouTube app is designed specifically to take advantage of all the capabilities of iPad/Air/mini/Pro. The high-resolution screen makes YouTube videos look amazing, especially those in HD. You can simply use your fingers to play, pause, and advance through a video. Turn iPad iPad/Air/mini/Pro sideways and it plays in widescreen. But YouTube app on iPad still has major shortcomings. Below is a case you may have when using YouTube app:
"I just got my iPad yesterday and connected the wifi. Safari, mail, and any other apps that require the internet work perfectly fine and loads fast. But whenever I go to the Youtube app (that comes with the iPhone, iPod Touch, etc.) it says can not connect to youtube. Why does it do this if the wifi connection is strong and everything else is fine?"
As you see above, when you watch YouTube video on iPad through YouTube app, there are tons of protential problems. Such as network connection, Flash Player unsupported, etc. Here is one semplice software that can help you play and watch YouTube on iPad/Air/mini/Pro easily and smoothly.
Step 2: Click YouTube button and import URL - This versatile YouTube to iPad Downloader can eat the most popular video sharing site - YouTube. It is also masterful at converting YouTube FLV to iPad, converting MKV to MP4, converting M2TS to MKV or other HD / SD video conversion.
Step 3: Presets - Just click Apple Device -> To iPad Video-> iPad Pro (MPEG or H.264) etc. iPad models. The following picture shows how to convert choose the proper profile when you want to convert YouTube FLV video to any model of iPad.
Step 4: Drink a cup of coffee, wait and watch - VideoProc will automatically download YouTube video, and then convert YouTube video such as FLV to iPad supported format. The feature to support Multi-core CPU within this solid HD video converter allows you to take full advantages of up to 8 Cores and the hardware acceleration to maximally increase the YouTube to iPad Pro converting speed.
Step 5: Transfer YouTube video to iPad - WinX MediaTrans helps you transfer the downloaded YouTube to any iPad models effortlessly in a few clicks. >>See detailed guide on how to transfer video from PC to iPad
Working backwards, the issue with the wifi on the iPad mysteriously dropping and not rejoining may be a matter of messed up network settings. How can anything get messed up when the iPad has only been out for a few days, but that seems to have been the case for me. The fix is simple: Go into Settings and go to General -> Touch Reset at the bottom -> Reset Network Settings -> See if it works once it has rebooted.
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