Now You Can Donate to Your Favourite YouTubers

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YouTube has come up with a new feature that will enable the viewers to watch an animation clip and the “Viewer Applause” button will let you donate two dollars (~INR140) to your favorite YouTuber.

Users will be able to buy Viewer Applause when a user buy Viewer Applause, the user purchases a one-time animation video that will be shown at the top of the video.

You can purchase the Viewer Applause on computer only as per now. The program is started in India, Japan, Brazil, Australia, Korea, New Zealand, Mexico and the United States.

How to make a purchase?

  • Go to YouTube and start watching a video.
  • There will be an Applaud button under the video, click on it.
  • You will get to know the cost of each Applaud in your region.
  • Purchase from the on-screen instructions.

A user can spend $500 USD per day or $2,000 USD per week on Viewer Applause, Super Chats, and Super Stickers combined. The donation will be non-refundable. YouTube will take 30% of the revenue shares when someone uses the feature. Donators will get a receipt on their mail regarding the donation.

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