If you are a BlackBerry user, you will remember the amount of sadness it has caused you for a long time by not providing you access to YouTube, the most popular video streaming service on the planet. However, it seems like all that is about to change as, according to reports, a brand new native YouTube app for BlackBerry 10 called SuperTube that makes YouTube viewing possible on BlackBerry handsets.
Currently available for free, the app has the same look and feel of the original operating system it is running on and will even offer shortcuts for BlackBerry models with a physical QWERTY keyboard - similar to BlackBerry Q10 and BlackBerryQ5.
Apart from serving its main purpose of allowing viewers to get hold of YouTube videos, rather than directing them to the mobile website of the video streaming service, the app will also enable users to connect their devices to other supported devices such as Smart TVs, PS3s and PC browsers to view videos on a larger screen.
Interestingly enough, the app will also allow users switch video qualities ranging from 144p, 240p, 360p and 720p to the highest 1080p offering which is available as default or can even be altered while watching a certain video.
The app will also allow users to play all supported video files on their phones that are stored in video, camera, downloads folder and SD cards, apart from offering the option of sharing entire playlists or favorites video links, and also enabling users to keep listening to their favorite tunes in the background even if they decide to carry out some other work on their device that requires exiting the app.
Interested users can head over to BlackBerry World where you can download and install the app for free on your BlackBerry 10 device.