Google has launched the YouTube Go app in more than 130 new countries
Google launched the Go Go app in India last year. Is a new application developed from scratch for users in markets where the internet is weak or expensive internet data is expensive. 

This application was initially available in a few countries, but Google now decided to release this application in more than 130 countries around the world.

In case you do not know, Google has already released the Go Go application in areas where the Internet is slow. This app works similar to the normal Youtube app but gives users the option of downloading videos to watch when there is no Internet connection.

It should be noted that users of the YouTube Go app will be able to download the videos in Basic Quality, which means 144p or Standard Quality, which means 360p. Users will therefore not be able to download Full HD video. In fact, this seems logical since the Go Go app will target users with low Internet access. For the main app page, it shows the most viewed and most frequently viewed videos in your area. The app also has additional features such as the ability to broadcast and upload videos at high quality.

Users of the YouTube Go app can also share videos uploaded with others via Bluetooth to save more valuable mobile data even though Google has warned that the 15Kb security check is necessary at the outset before launching it or WiFi Direct. In general, you can go to the source link below for the Go Go app, but consider that it may not be available in your area.

Post a Comment

Powered by Blogger.