YouTube Go is an official app from YouTube that lets you download videos to your Android. This stops you from wasting your data when you want to watch a specific video but don’t have access to a WiFi network.
Although the possibility to download videos is the most noteworthy feature, YouTube Go offers a lot of other cool features as well. For example, you can preview any video before streaming or downloading it, seeing only a few still images of the video’s content and minimizing data usage. Plus you have the option to watch videos in basic quality.
Another interesting feature YouTube Go offers is how it lets you send and receive videos you’ve downloaded via Bluetooth. Thanks to this new feature, you won’t use a single kilobyte when sharing your favorite videos with friends.
YouTube Go is an alternative YouTube client that’s especially useful for anyone with slow or unstable Internet connections. While it doesn’t offer all the features the official YouTube app does, it does have some really useful and unique ones instead.
Here are the Android Go apps already available for download
One of Google’s goals recently is to make sure everyone in the world can use their services and apps regardless of device model or quality of coverage. With this in mind, Android Go is an operating system based on Android Oreo that takes these limitations into account. In addition to the arrival of this new OS, Google has also trimmed the fat off their apps to make lighter, smaller versions of a many popular apps. Here, we’ve put together a list of the Google Go apps that are available for download on Android.