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Feel like you can’t get enough YouTube on your mobile device?
Google and Apple’s mobile-device war was ignited when Google launched its new stand alone YouTube app to represent their effort to replace the default YouTube app from all the apple mobile devices. Apple announced that it dropped built-in YouTube support for its iOS 6 operating system.
Google introduced the new YouTube player app for iPhone and iPod in a Sept. 11 post on Google YouTube blog. A iPad version of YouTube will also be unveiled in the coming months, according to the blog.
Will we get a better video watching experience on the new iPhones and the new operating system? One thing for sure, we have more options to watch YouTube videos.
You can start get the new mobile YouTube experience by downloading the official app from the App Store.
There are some new features of the new app, according to Google.
- The new app includes a Channel Guide to help viewers find content quickly. Also, the guide tools give viewers more suggestions and content options to navigate.
- The app has enhanced social networking functions, which allow viewers share their favorite content easier. They can share the videos they like through Google+, email, message, Facebook and Twitter.
- The app has tens of thousands more videos. Viewers can enjoy more video clips through their mobile devices.
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