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New Native Youtube app for WP7 by HTC
XDA member eternalemb let us know about the new free native youtube application for Windows Phone 7 devices presented by hTC. It comes with much higher quality video over data and wifi and it shows the lighter color download bar as well, so you know when it´s buffering; bearing in mind the Windows Phone 7 is not Flash compatible (at least for now). This is a must have to watch videos on the go. Some members have reported that this cannot be found on the market. Perhaps it has something to do with the country, but you can try this method: Marketplace/ apps / music and video / free.
Originally posted by eternalemb
New Native Youtube app by HTC
If you guys haven’t gotten it yet…get it! Awesome app! It allows watching Youtube vids in HQ even on 3G! =D HTC got it right!
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