YouTube TV now available natively on Apple TV

YouTube TV now available natively on Apple TV

YouTube TV now available natively on Apple TV

YouTube Go is an offline-first app which allows users to save a particular video to watch it offline or when they are on a slower network. To users in those places, the app looks like a ideal way to watch and share videos from YouTube without burning their data.

The Android-only YouTube Go app was initially pitched at the so-called "next billion" internet users in India.

Users who do have enough bandwidth available to them can also stream videos, just like one would with the regular YouTube app.

YouTube Go is available here. For example, users will now be able to stream, download, and share videos in "high quality", in addition to the existing "basic" and "standard" quality resolutions.

Google launched YouTube Go in India previous year as a data-light version of its video sharing platform, and since then has brought the app to an additional 14 countries, including Indonesia, Thailand and Nigeria.

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YouTube Go is available in the Google Play Store here.

Share videos offline: You can share videos with your friends even while you are offline. Given that there are restrictions on data usage in many developing countries, the app shows the exact amount of bandwidth that would be required for video downloads. Roku announced support for YouTube TV on all of its Roku players and Roku TVs today.

Another praiseworthy feature of YouTube Go is that the users can share saved videos with anybody without using any data. Google has since launched the app in 14 more countries, including Indonesia, Thailand and Nigeria, but today's expansion takes it to most developing markets across the globe.

YouTube TV is owned by Google.

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