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SuperTube – Stream and Download YouTube Video in HQ and HD for Windows Phone 7
XDA member fscode presents SuperTube for your Windows Phone 7, which is a great application to download and stream YouTube videos in HQ and HD via 3G or WiFi connections. The app can download YouTube videos supporting “resume” for broken downloads, login YouTube account to view, add, delete subscriptions and view favorites, nearby video -view the videos near your location-, review all channels of the subscription by metro model, and add your own custom background, and much more.
You can get the limited version for free in the market, contains advertisement and limit to download 3 videos successfully only plus ads.
Originally posted by fscode
The version 1.5 of the SuperTube is available today.
SuperTube allows you to stream and download YouTube videos in HQ and HD by 3G or WiFi.
Version 1.5 changes –
1. Web video player has been redone, and add small screens model that allows you to write comments while streaming videos.
The performance of video player was optimized completely, the video in 720P can be played smoothly. And the buffering indicator was added.
Users can switch to full screen mode in 16:9 or 4:3.
The sounds of the videos will be run on the lock screen after you set to run under lock-screen.
After adjusting the sound, save your sound settings until you close the program.
2. Local video player adds ‘play all’ option.
After playing all downloaded videos once, the sounds of the videos will be run on the lock screen
It can play next video automatically.
The basic functions:
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