YouTube Celebrity PewDiePie Got His Own App
Are you keen on watching YouTube videos on one of the balmy evenings of this summer? If so, you have certainly heard of PewDiePie, also known as Felix Arvid Ulf Kjelberg. For those who have some doubts where they stumbled on this name, PewDiePie is an A-list commentator of Let's Play gaming videos.
In July, his channel scored about 29m subscribers, that is 351m views or one new subscriber each three seconds. Being one of the top celebrities on YouTube, PewDiePie seems to be a pretty shy chap who describes himself as “just a guy from Sweden who likes to laugh and make other people laugh”.
Maker Studios, an American multi-channel network, saw the gamer in proper perspective and on the 31st of July, 2014, the company released PewDiePie Official App. It's a free iPhone application for his fans to watch and share movies with friends via social networks, emails or text messages. It's stated that nowadays mobile phones occupy about 40% of all YouTube watch time. That's a way to increase PewDiePie's popularity among the tech-savvy young generation and gain even more views.