Previously, Google unveiled a new app called YouTube Go that allows users to view videos and also share the videos with others. The search giant launched this all on YouTube’s 18th birthday and pushed out its beta version in India. The app supports eight major Indian languages such as Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati and Kannada. In the beginning, the app requires your phone number and email id so that people in your contacts can connect with you on YouTube.
After verifying you’ll be able to both download as well as stream videos using the app. The YouTube Go doesn’t restrict you from deciding where to save your downloaded YouTube videos. Hence you can save videos both in SD card or even on your device itself. The app works smoothly on devices with lower specs running on Android Jellybean as well. The instant video sharing feature in the app allows sharing videos instantly with anyone nearby even without consuming the Internet.
But the app only supports downloading Videos in two resolutions; basic and standard. Since the YouTube Go is still in beta phase, it’s good to assume that Google will add an option to download in higher resolution as well. Right now, the YouTube Go has received a new update which fixes various bugs and enhances the ability of it.
If you haven’t downloaded the app yet, then go ahead and download it from Google Play or upgrade it to the new version. However, if you can’t update using Google Play Store for any reason, you can download it from APKMirror.