YouTube Go Beta Version is a new app for watching online videos with buffering in 2G Network
Google has finally released a stable version of ‘YouTube Go’ in India. The app is a lightweight version of YouTube and allows users to download videos and watch them later in areas with either low or no data network. YouTube Go beta version was available in India. But starting now, as some report indicates YouTube Go program is out of beta and is now accessible for everybody.
The application was established only in developing nations like India and Indonesia along with also a global release has been quite eagerly expected. The application is now only available for Android apparatus and Apple users may need to wait a bit longer before the iOS rollout.
Using YouTube Go, you can download videos from YouTube and store it on your cell phone. Not just that, you might even share offline YouTube videos with your friends via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi Direct. And all these could be down even if in case your net connection is slow. Together with the YouTube Go program, you may preview movies before you watch or download and also select how many MBs that you would like to use in movies.
But, YouTube Go has some drawbacks. It lacks the feature by which a person may double tap towards the right to quickly forward and double-click towards the left to rewind, like from the first program. YouTube Go additionally lacks the subscription tab where users may see all the movies in the stations they’ve subscribed to.