YouTube Instant

Google Instant launched a couple of days ago. The service works by updating the search results as you type in a query which helps you to find things more quickly as well as take hints at what you might be looking for.

Now that Google Instant is available, it’s time to unveil YouTube Instant. YouTube instant isn’t an official Google [GOOG] service. It was created by Feross Aboukhadijeh who is a student at Stanford University.

The idea works in a similar way to how Google Instant works in that as you type something in the search box, the content of the page gets updated. In this case, a new video is pulled with what YouTube Instant thinks you are going to want to type in.

You can check out a demo over at Feross.

Via: Geek

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