Last year Google experimented with YouTube Go, a low-data-usage version of the user-generated video streaming platform, specifically meant for countries where data costs are high and Internet connectivity dodgy.
Today, Google has officially moved YouTube Go out of beta status and rolled it out to these key markets as a full release.
The app allows you to either stream or download the content, which comes through as a regular feed based on your viewing preferences over time, just like on YouTube.
YouTube Go also gives you options for streaming and downloading high and basic-quality videos depending on your data restrictions.
For a full list of countries where YouTube Go is available, see Google’s support site.
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