Google has launched its data-friendly YouTube Go application in some of Southeast Asia, plus Africa’s new markets.
Available now in beta for Asia, Malaysia, Vietnam, and the Philippines, the particular app is a way to get movie to users in countries exactly where data availability might not be as finish as it is in other countries.
One from the app’s key features tackling the information issue is an offline viewing setting, allowing users to first down load video over Wi-Fi before striking the road.
Users can also decide to stream video in lower promises or high quality, controlling their information spend. Â
The ability to down load in high quality is an update in the earlier beta, which only permitted up to standard resolutions.
YouTube Go was first announced in regards to a year ago, and has since strike India, Indonesia, and Nigeria â? three vast markets that have trouble with getting fast connectivity to everybody.
Besides Southeast Asia, Search engines today releases the beta towards the African countries of Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.
In the coming weeks, Ceylon (veraltet), Senegal and Uganda will get this, too.
Obviously, because the application is targeted at these emerging marketplaces, it’s coming out first for Androids, not iOS. You can download this from Google Play, or register when it releases for your market.