I’m from the Philippines and it’s really very frustrating not being able to watch my favorite artists’ Youtube videos using new Internet Explorer 9 or Mozilla Firefox 4 due to country restrictions imposed by music companies. I cannot watch Sarah Mclachlan’s “I Love You” Mirrorball concert video on Youtube because Sony Music apparently hates my country. I’m sure millions of people dislike this annoying location-based restriction. Well, let’s all give Sony Music the finger because I discovered a trick to circumvent this copyright country blocking in Youtube!
Yes, my beloved readers, there’s now an easy way to watch all Youtube videos without being blocked. Just install the free Google Chrome extension called ProxyTube. Use it and it will let you view restricted videos regardless where you are on the planet – US, UK, Canada, Germany, India, China, Africa, etc. Download ProxyTube free from https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/cnmbofoofebojccpdnfhnegmiifdgpfg?hl=en and let the good times roll!
Installing this free Google Chrome web browser extension is easy, just launch your Google Chrome browser, paste the above link and then click the install button. After which, restart the browser to make sure ProxyTube properly integrates itself to Chrome’s plug-in architecture. On a professional note, this is one of the many free Google Chrome extensions we highly recommend to everyone using the browser. Our team review for ProxyTube – totally LOVE it!!!
Once installed, ProxyTube will automatically use proxy servers to trick Youtube’s location-restriction algorithm for all copyrighted videos. I can now watch Mclachlan’s song with Google Chrome absolutely free and without restrictions! ProxyTube is a perfect tool that defeats Sony’s greedy tactics and could benefit users like us wanting to watch more Youtube videos for free.