YouTube app METROTube, returns to Windows Phone Marketplace
METROTube's goal was to deliver the same YouTube experience that iOS and Android users take for granted everyday. Unfortunately, without the YouTube APIs, the app had to rely on workarounds which eventually forced LazyWorm Apps, the developer of METROTube, to pull the app from the Windows Phone Marketplace in January. During the hiatus, the developers tried to come up with a better mousetrap, but to no avail. So back to the Windows Phone Marketplace goes METROTube without a method for downloading video or viewing non-mobile videos.
source: LazyWormapps via WPCentral
1. Bluesky02 posted on 06 Jul 2012, 03:49 1 0
Pains me to see developers going through that,
But Google will not allow this, which is why Microsoft backfire at Google on Windows 8 RT API for not allowing other browser than Internet Explorer
2. DIYguy posted on 06 Jul 2012, 05:37 1 0
Why does it matter who made the app if it is good and works? It doesn't have to be an official app to be good...
3. codymws posted on 06 Jul 2012, 10:08 0 0
I like the Prime Tube app for Windows Phone. It's a really beautiful YouTube client.
4. sprockkets posted on 06 Jul 2012, 21:36 0 0
Um, this article is full of run on's and bad grammar. Please fix, PLEASE.