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YouTube app for Android gets pre-roll ads, access to Vevo's music video library

Hot on the heels of Vevo launching its music video app for Android, the YouTube app for Google's mobile operating system has also received access to Vevo's extensive music video library. To watch the videos your phone needs to be running at least Android 2.2, and your YouTube app has to be version 2.x. The latest version of the YouTube app is available in the Android Market. Within YouTube for...

YouTube app for Symbian now plays higher quality video and supports new devices

The official, Google-made YouTube app for Symbian has received an update that takes it to version 2.4.10 and brings a few notable improvements compared to previous iterations. First off, devices running the new Symbian OS are finally supported -- meaning that you can run this app on a Nokia N8, C7, C6-01, or even E7 when that becomes available. Also in are higher quality videos, where the...

YouTube for Android 2.2 gets an update, becomes standalone app

YouTube, like all Google apps for Android, used to be integrated into the operating system, and as a consequence, updates to it would only come when new versions of the OS were released. But Google is working to change this situation -- it started with Gmail, and now it has decoupled YouTube from the OS as well, making it a standalone app available in the Android Market. Hopefully this opens the...

Android First-Look: YouTube

YouTube was undoubtedly one of the Big G's best acquisitions. For good or for bad, it's addictive. While watching short, low resolution video clips is hardly an activity you want to do from your HDTV (or even really large computer monitor), it's actually a nice thing to do on a smartphone, especially if you are in a long line. We can thank the iPhone for saying "no" to Flash and getting YouTube...

5 things missing from your mobile life in 2008: Google Mobile and more

Life's getting mobile, and it seems that's the way it's always going to be. Humans don't come off as the traveling type, yet we do. From horse carriages to cell phones, we're always looking for ways to do more on the move, so what's missing from your mobile life in 2008 and how can you fix it? The following list may help. 1. Full access to YouTube in Windows Mobile: Everyone's got a solution...

YouTube Mobile goes live

Got a few minutes to kill waiting for a bus? Pop out your phone and watch videos of Mentos and Coke inspired artwork. Actually, even though YouTube has officially launched its service for mobile phones, that video's not available. YouTube Mobile is a streamlined version of YouTube made to run on mobile phones. Videos can be streamed by any phone capable of viewing RTSP/3GP files with H263/AMR. ...

YouTube Mobile site coming soon? Some evidence

With the recent news of YouTube teaming up with Nokia and Vodafone to provide videos on mobile devices, I started to do some amateur digging. I started to URL surf on YouTube's site to see if I could come up with any clues on the new mobile service that was mentioned in Nokia's press release. That brought me to m.youtube.com, which directed me to a page that was "not available", but did display a...