orb3000 · May 11, 2011 at 09:00 pm

YouTube App Re-Designed for Windows Phone 7

What about having a great application for your Windows Phone 7 for free? XDA member LazyWormApps presents his version of the YouTube app for Windows Phone 7, which features HD streaming over 3G or WIFI, chameleon tile, channel subscription, YouTube “like” and “dislike” support, custom video player with seek, rotate lock & mute, Zune hub integration, and more. The latest version also has improved subtle interface animations and selectable description text (Nodo only). Get it for free in the usual place.
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Originally posted by LazyWormApps
Feature packed, beautifully designed, ad free YouTube app that won’t cost you a penny. A must have if you want to watch YouTube videos on your windows phone 7.

Version 2.2
New features
– Lazylist (customizable video feed)
– Author details and subscription
– Regional settings
– Recently played videos (history)

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