The developer must consider that, viewers navigate and use options only through Fire TV stick remote.
1. The keypad appearing on screen, designed for air mouse or wired mouse. By Using remote, It is not easy to move pointer anywhere on screen. In keypad, to reach each letters positioned in different corners needs more clicks, which reduces remote control life. The default Fire TV stick keypad is well designed. Why don't you use that default keypad?
2. While typing there is nothing a way to reach previous word or letter if needed to make correction. User can reach that word or letter only after erase all previously typed words. Also, user can't edit typed search key-words from search history for search again with little modifications.
3. There is no way to manage a particular video like.... Save favourite * not interested * like * dislike * watch later, ... etc. without play that video. Even easy mouse operating desktop based YouTube site has "three dot" option button for manage video without need to play.
4. Like button a worse management. Like button just a expression of appreciate the content of a video. But, you move that video in to the favorite list at once. Don't mess everything.
5. Do you know the real meaning of play list? Play lists are dedicated to users only. * According to one's wish one can save his favourite videos under different customised play "lists". But, you provide a only one list that can't be renamed and there can't be created more than one list. Also, within your play List, it can't be * reorder, * rename, * shuffle, * Add or remove items from list, etc.
6. User can't be saw description provided by the channel creator. Also, not possible to view viewers' comments.
7. Keep in mind, everything to be controlled only by remote.
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