YouTube App for Android Updated
XDA member yoe_cu posted about the newest version 2.0.26 of You Tube for Android devices. The official application offers: beautiful new UI design, in-page playback (read comments while video is playing!), personalized home screen video feed, brand new player controls, and the possibility to rotate-for-fullscreen playback.
This version will work on Android 2.2 only.
Originally posted by yoe_cu
New YouTube 2.0.26 download link available
For all users who have not been able to install the new YouTube app, I’ve uploaded to mediafire here I share with you the link to download YouTube 2.0.26.
You can find more information in the application thread.
If you have any trouble downloading the app from the original thread, you can also find it here
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