Google revamps YouTube for Windows Phone

Google revamps YouTube for Windows Phone
Yesterday, the mobile version of the YouTube webpage mysteriously disappeared for Windows Phone users, but the confusion didn’t last long and Google is back, and it seems the daily absence has yielded only good results as when you access the webpage now it shows a refreshed and cleaner user interface. Why should you care for it? Well, the YouTube app in Windows Phone is nothing but a redirect to the mobile version of the website and when you tap on a video you are taken to the media player.

So now, you have virtually all the options of the desktop version of the website in a nice, touch-enabled redesign, so you can like, dislike, comment and find releated videos quickly. Nothing has changed all that much in terms of pure functionality, which is a good thing, so why don’t you head to the website and check it out yourself.

source: WMPowerUser


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