I am somewhat familiar with how organisations can track you when it comes to using a browser such as cookies, DNS requests, IP address, browser fingerprint.
When it comes to apps, I have no clue.
Basically, I have been using a frontend YouTube app called New Pipe. (I believe there is also one called Libretube). I run this app through Orbot.
With my lack of knowledge about how apps work, I am just assuming that this setup is enough to completely stop YouTube from knowing any information about me and tracking me. Am I correct?
Watching YouTube on Newpipe is very slow when running through Orbot. Also, Frontend YouTube apps like Newpipe do not seem to be able to search videos based on filters ( last hour, his week, this month etc). Is there a way to solve these 2 problems? Perhaps a front end app that masks your IP address from YouTube so I do not have to use Orbot and also allows me to search videos based on filters?