It was early in 2017 that Google introduced the YouTube Go app, a version of super light tailor-made for developing markets. The application allows you to download videos of varying quality and send them to your friends via a Bluetooth connection. The objective? Save data, no matter what. Now it's in the Google Play store.
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YouTube Go was one of Google's solutions for not overloading data plans. These remain far from what would be desirable – or ideal. That said, users are often required to use other methods or strategies in order to enjoy or simply view the content of Google's video platform.
YouTube Go now to Google Play Store
The US technology has been developing this application continuously since they presented their first beta – trial version.
Now the app arrives at the Google Play Store, the official Android store, and you can download it now. Its interface has not changed much but hopefully now everything is stable and perfectly functional.
At the moment the application was only available in a restricted group of countries such as India and other developing markets. Anyway, you can already download, through the APK Mirror.You can also check ON HERE, your availability on the Google Play Store.
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