When someone says video streaming, pretty much everyone will have YouTube in mind. In fact for some people, YouTube itself is synonymous with videos these days. Now, YouTube is pretty much everywhere, including of course, in our smartphones. Today, the YouTube iOS app has received a whole slew of updates that somehow brings some sort parity with its Android counterpart. More details after the jump.
If you are one to take advantage of YouTube's live stream feature, then you'll be happy to know that it has been finally added to the YouTube iOS app. This means that you can now live stream news, conferences, events, concerts, and many others while on the go. If you're one of the few folks who've bought a Google TV, you can now queue up videos on your set-top box.
Here’s the complete release notes for the latest YouTube iOS app version:
- Quick access to new uploads from subscriptions via "My Subscriptions" feed on the Guide
- Access to Live streams
- Queue up videos to play on TV
- One Channel branding for video creator channels
- Stability and performance improvements
Version 1.3 brings some pretty notable but still not that exciting features to the YouTube iOS app. However, it is worth download even just for the stability and performance improvements. For those who are using jailbreak tweaks like YourTube, you might want to hold off the update as it might mess up your tweaks. Wait for updates from jailbreak developers instead. [via RedmondPie]Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback