Everybody likes to keep up with their favourite artists’ latest hits. What better way to do this if not through a streaming channel?
People from all over the world would live a dull life without YouTube. This platform is the safest and easiest way to watch all types of videos anytime, anywhere.
As long as you have an Internet connection, nothing can stand between you and your favorite music. The situation changes when the network fails or if you are in an area with low or no Internet connection.
YouTube Go is the ”no Internet” music app
Long travels or time spent on the beach would definitely be more fun and relaxing if you could watch funny footages on your smartphone or tablet. Sometimes, that’s possible, but not for people who live in India.
They are facing connectivity issues caused by a data crisis. In this case, Indians can’t always watch videos on YouTube, so Google has developed an app to help them.
YouTube Go is available for Android systems. Since November 3rd, users can find it in updated version. The app is still under development, but people can use it and suggest improvements if they consider this necessary.
YouTube Go comes with great features and this will make users very happy
First and foremost, the app gives music fans the possibility to download their favourite videos, save them on SD card or the device’s internal memory and watch them offline. While downloading, users can choose format: low quality of 144p and standard quality of 360p.
Secondly, the video quality can be determined according to the action you want to perform: stream or download. Thus, you can decide if you are willing to spend your data or not.
Last, but not least, the app is user-friendly and easy to install. Once you have it, you’ll be able to use it without any problem. You can even share videos by using the phone’s Bluetooth function.
Ed Steen is a reporter for Miami Morning Star. After graduating from University of Florida, Ed got an internship at NPR and worked as a reporter and sound engineer. Ed has also worked as a reporter for SI Magazine. Mark covers entertainment and community events for Miami Morning Star.