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The Kim Komando Show YouTube channel features the same great content you’ll find on the live show, the podcast, and the website. In episodes like this one, we talk about how to send secret text messages and conceal them on your phone, dodging robocallers posing as Apple Support representatives, using GPS to track your pets, and so much more.
Each episode also features time for callers like you to call in and get answers to your tech questions. In this episode, we help our caller, Bill, learn more about how to digitize his hundreds, if not thousands, of old photos quickly and easily. We also talk to another caller, Roy, about how he can better use his GoFundMe web page to digitally raise money for his daughter’s Army Reserve homecoming party. We love helping our listeners with all of their tech-related questions and giving you insight into questions you might also have at home.
In this episode, we even talk about a museum with a selfie-taking robot! When it comes to all things tech, the Kim Komando Show is your one stop shop. Fortunately, with our YouTube channel, you won't miss a beat.
More than just tips and news
While tips and life hacks are a big part of what we do here on the show, we also focus on serious security and privacy issues. Watch this episode to learn more about a massive data breach and how you can see if your email address or password was exposed. Staying up to date with the latest in the tech world can keep your data safe and secure.
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Next time you miss an episode, stop by The Kim Komando Show YouTube Channel. If you watched a live episode and can’t remember the tech tip we gave that you just knew would be a game changer for you, you can re-watch it on YouTube anytime. Whenever and wherever you need it, you can learn about gadgets, new apps and, of course, watch the best viral videos of the week.
How to download YouTube videos to your iPhone
YouTube is one of those sites that so many of us use on a daily basis. Whether that is to show your friend the latest fail video or to watch a free movie, it's extremely convenient. But you might not know there is a way to not only stream videos but to download them, too. If you've got a favorite YouTube video you want to take with you everywhere on your iPhone, we've got a simple way for you to do it.