Google released the list of the ten best YouTube videos of 2014, including images of a dog who becomes a killer spider, a commercial for Nike football and a recording in black and white 20 strangers kissing for the first time.
The classification of the best videos also features musical interpretation of Sister Cristina Scuccia, an Italian nun 25 who became a media phenomenon in Italy after debuting in Rai2 TV channel.
The fifth in the list is occupied by a video about four minutes phone Apple IPhone 6, which shows that the last device technology giant Cupertino (California) bends when it is subjected to pressure.
“Dual significantly with the pressure of my hands way,” says the young man who did the test, which has been already nearly 60 million times.
A song about school bullying played by a British child who was a victim of such abuse also appears in the list of the ten most popular videos with over 56 million views.
In these images the emotional announcement created by the Budweiser brewery for final football, the Super Bowl, which shows the “love story” between a newly adopted dog and a horse adds.
The list also includes “Devil Baby Attack”, a robotic baby with devilish face circulating in a cart undirected scaring passers and ends with the warning “the anti-Christ is coming”.
Google believes that the video of a woman walking in silence nonstop 10 hours a New York dressed in trousers and a black shirt and seeks to raise funds for Hollaback, a campaign to end street harassment of women victims, also deserves special distinction.
The most popular videos were chosen based on the number of visits, the times that were shared and comments, among other criteria popularity.
“This year’s list represents the incredible variety of creativity that each year appears on YouTube,” Google said in a press release that highlights collectively videos were viewed hundreds of millions of times.
The technology giant also released today the list of the best music videos of 2014, headed Kate Perry with “Dark Horse”, followed by Enrique Iglesias with “Dancing” and Shakira with “cannot remember to forget you” and “La La the (Brazil 2014)”.
They Jason Derulo add to “Wiggle” Iggy Azzalea with “Fancy” Sia with “Chandelier” Taylor Swift with “Shake it Off,” Meghan Trainor with “All About That Bass” and Nicki Minaj with “Anaconda”. EFEUSA