Former Writer · Jan 20, 2012 at 12:00 pm

YouTube Pro For Windows Phone 7 Allows for Video Download

There’s a variety of Windows Phone 7 and Android out there. Admittedly, some are better than others.

Thanks to XDA Member fscode for linking other members to a recently released YouTube app, called YouTube Pro, that allows for users to do a bunch of things. Most notable of which is download YouTube videos onto their phones.

Here’s a complete list of features straight from the Zune Marketplace:

1 Download YouTube videos (supports resume broken downloads)
2 Record and upload videos to YouTube (Resume broken uploads support)
3 Sync the downloaded videos with your PC by installing a client on your PC. (Link of the client and documentation: http://supertube.codeplex.com)
4 Background downloads
5 Play the sound of the video under lock
6 Set channel to push notification
7 Playlist, Inbox, My Video
8 Choose and order the sections in the main page
9 Inbox push notification
10 Fast App Switching (FAS)
11 Subscriptions, favorites and search support
12 Map Tube: view the videos near your location
13 Comment in small screens while playing videos; Full screen in 16:9 or 4:3
14 Custom backgrounds
15 Local player enables you to play a custom playlist or play all videos
16 Video sharing via Facebook, Twitter, SMS and Email
17 Multi-Language and Multi-region support

For those toting a Windows Phone 7 and want to give this app a shot, you can find the links to the Zune Marketplace in the XDA thread. There’s a paid version, but there is also a free, ad-supported version.


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