Ars Technic (AP) A new app from Google that lets you stream video from your WeChat account from your Android phone is available in the Google Play Store.
The app lets you create your own personal video playlist from any video you like, which you can then upload to a WeChat channel.
It can also stream videos from other WeChat channels, which allows you to stream videos in different languages and formats.
You can also access the app from a number of apps that support streaming from WeChat.
If you want to control your video playback from an Android device, you will need to download and install the app, which will take a few minutes.
It will also be possible to access the Android app from the web, but that requires you to sign in to your Google account.
Google is offering the app as part of a package of apps for a Google Pixel, which was unveiled in January.
It is also available in several other countries.
Google has said that the app is compatible with any Google Pixel device that supports Android 5.1 Lollipop.
The app lets users set the video playback, filter the video, and view the metadata of the videos, as well as upload them to the WeChat app, where they can then be watched by others.
It also allows you “to manage and save your videos and videos clips in the background,” Google says.
The WeChat video app was introduced in February 2015 as part the Android TV platform, which Google first launched on an iPad.
WeChat was a key part of Google’s Android TV strategy, as the company wanted to have the same functionality as the Google Cast streaming video app.
In May 2016, Google introduced the Android Wear platform with support for streaming video from the Wechat video app on Android Wear devices.
Google is working on the Android television app and Android TV apps, as part to push more people to Google TV.