The internet is a great thing, but the problem is, it’s still not working for everyone.
Google’s chief technology officer, David Drummond, has admitted in an interview with TechCrunch that YouTube isn’t working as well as he thought it would, and is “worse than ever”.
In the interview, Drummond said he has been working on the YouTube API for over a year, and that he expects it to be ready by the end of 2018.
But the problem isn’t just the API, Drummier said.
“YouTube is a fantastic platform for content creators, but it’s also the most complex platform for developers.
I have spent many years working with Google engineers, who have been working with us for five years and now I’ve been working here for a year.”
Google, however, isn’t giving up on the platform.
“It’s not a platform we’re going to abandon, it doesn’t make sense to abandon it,” Drummond told TechCrunch.
“There are so many interesting things about the platform, and I think there’s a lot of potential in the ecosystem.”
YouTube’s API isn’t the only thing it’s struggling to keep up with, as it also works with Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Yahoo to deliver their own videos and other content.
Google has struggled to make its own videos in recent years, and the company hasn’t been able to get video apps on its devices, according to the Wall Street Journal.
YouTube is also struggling to maintain its own YouTube Music service, which is still a work in progress.
Google is still making money from its own ads, and it can’t afford to give away the ads it sells to the streaming services.
The problem for Google is that the streaming companies themselves are getting a lot more people interested in their services.
“The streaming companies have gotten a lot larger,” Drummied said.
Google may be able to make money off of its own services, but at the same time, the streaming industry is going to suffer.
“When you’re trying to build a business that can’t support a lot and you’re losing money on a lot, you can’t really do it,” said David Wetherington, senior fellow at the Center for Digital Democracy.
“We’re all at risk.”