YouTube Go Now Live, Lets You Download And Share Videos
YouTube had announced YouTube Go last year, aimed at markets like India with slower and fewer reliable web connections. The new YouTube Go app is currently in a beta, but in our fast tests, we found it to work as publicized . The app is just 8.5 MB in size and is quite stable.
Download And Share Videos With YouTube Go
The YouTube Go app has been developed keeping markets like India in mind. Although I have a market that’s growing apace, internet and mobile internet data speeds were still low. Availability of Wi-Fi is a issue even currently. Mobile data speeds, on the other hand, are still terribly low. While things could be ever-changing with operators like Reliance Jio finally launching, it will still take him a short time to have good mobile internet speeds and internet data limits.
Using the YouTube Go app is a easy affair. All you have to try and do is launch the app, select the language on 1st run and begin use it. The app does raise you to verify your range. You can avoid verification if you wish to, though – I had to wait a moment for the timer to prevent. It gives you a choice to skip verification.
Once you are through that, you will be conferred with a listing of videos within the 1st tab. Tapping on a video can offer you preview with a choice to play or transfer the video. There are 2 quality choices – Basic and normal. From what we perceive, Basic is 144p while normal is 360p.
Sharing videos from YouTube Go is very easy, too. In the second tab, you have two choices – Send and Receive. Tap on the Send button. Open the YouTube Go app on the second device and tap on the Receive button. After pairing the 2 devices, videos are shared over a temporary hotspot connection. After the videos were received, YouTube does a fast security check of the file by sending data value 15 KB. This is a really quick method and can be completed while not you even realizing it.