YouTube is becoming an increasingly popular streaming service, and YouTube Go, a new release under the video site's brand umbrella, shows the steps being taken to make the service even more accessible than it already is. The new app, which is currently available in Indonesia and India, lets users download videos to save for offline viewing, further helping consumers to get their content fix even when unable to connect.
YouTube Go has been available since April, but it was previously only a beta version. The app is officially available — without the beta tag — in the aforementioned countries, but it is expected to spread to more areas with low bandwidth in the very near future.
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