The YouTube Go with offline viewing and sharing of videos was previously launched by Google on its 18th birthday. Right now, it has finally rolled out the beta version of the app in India. The app comes with support for 8 Indian languages such as Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati and Malayalam. When you launch the app for the first time, it asks for your mobile number and email id.
It’s essential because people in your contacts can connect with you on YouTube Go and other Google services. After confirming your mobile number with OTP, then you’ll be able to use the app. The YouTube Go allows to download and also to stream videos to preview them before downloading as well. The downloaded videos can be saved on phone or SD card and watch them offline without any cost.
The YouTube Go application is designed to work smoothly on less storage and slow devices running on Android Jellybean as well. The app has a video sharing feature which quickly shares videos instantly with family and friends nearby even without using the Internet. However, the YouTube Go only supports downloading Videos in basic and standard resolution where basic is 1/10th of standard resolution. It’s also said that the app soon enables support for higher resolution, too.