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Tap! (previously TAPP) is a YouTube channel dedicated to mobile gaming. Run and maintained by the Yogscast, the channel was created on May 3, 2016 and was announced by a press release in mid-April 2016. The channel shares similarities to Conquest!, which was set up for console gaming as opposed to mobile games, except Conquest! is family friendly.

HistoryEdit

The first few videos on the channel were hosted by Turps, before Matt took over hosting the majority of the shows. Matt's videos consisted of reviews, rundowns, and the "Rage Quit" series, which featured Matt becoming increasingly angered by some of the most tricky and rage-inducing games available.

Several other Yogscast members and staff also featured on the channel during this time, including Hannah, Caff, Hat Films, Lewis, Duncan, and Mark Hulmes. Simon and Tom teamed-up as "The TAP! Twins" to play a variety of games also. Many of the members appeared in a Pokémon Go video to share their tips at the height of the Pokémon Go mania.

The channel was later passed over to Becky Hardy when she joined the network. Her videos included let's plays and reviews, as well as collaborating with other members of the Yogsacast to play games. Production continued right up until late 2017, at which time Becky changed roles within the Yogscast to join the technical team. Since then, no new content has appeared on the channel.

Series GuideEdit

The following table shows the games and series' TAP has played or participated in. Please note that the Current list only contains series uploaded to the creators channel in the last 30 days.
Series Guide
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TriviaEdit

TAPP Channel Banner

Channel's banner with the old name

  • The channel has undergone two name changes since launch, changing from the original "TAPP", to "TAPP Best iOS and Android Games", and then dropping the second 'P' to become "Tap! Best iOS and Android Games" shortly after.
  • The twitter handle was also changed from @watchtapp to @watchtap.
  • The intro and outro music used in the early days of the channel is "We Are All Fighters 3" by Epidemic Sound.

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