September has been a good month for Google. After launching Allo app, with Google Assistant in it, Google has come up with the YouTube Go app that will let users to watch their favorite videos without any data in India.
YouTube Go is aimed at enhancing the user experience of the Indians as it bundles many impressive features that they can use apart from enjoying videos.
It is built upon their Smart Offline feature that they had launched for the Indian users, earlier this year.
All About YouTube Go
Keeping in mind the amount of heavy that the users use to spend on watching their favorite tracks, movies, or series on YouTube, Google has very recently announced a new app-YouTube Go for the Indians. YouTube Go allows its users to save their favorite videos offline and view them when they are not connected to the internet.
Well, you must be thinking that this feature were already available earlier, what's new about it? With YouTube Go, the user can now watch videos offline and will have the options to choose the quality and file size they want to watch the video at.
Strategy Behind Designing YouTube Go
The YouTube Go app is designed keeping the Indian users and their usage in mind and broadens the accessibility to the behemoth video-sharing service. Therefore, even if the connectivity is limited, YouTube Go will work smoothly without any restrictions for the users.
Considering the limited data access, this is the apt app to be used by any Indians. YouTube Go can also inform the user on how much data a download will use so that the user can accordingly take a step whether to download the video or not.
Features of YouTube Go
YouTube Go not only allows the user to save and watch any video offline with extremely lower data but also has the option for local share with their nearby users. The catch here is that they can do all the sharing of video without any data.
Road Ahead for the New YouTube App
YouTube has designed this new app keeping in mind the conscious Indians of saving their data and having a good connectivity.
Well, as of now, Indians can easily sign up to test YouTube Go as of now until the app is officially launched in the country.