HTML 5 Version of YouTube Mobile is now rolling out

YouTube is a fundamental part of having a mobile phone. Before Flash was available on mobile phones like the Android 2.2 browser, every manufacturer relied on the addition of a YouTube app. WebOS has one, iOS has one, and Android had one. Now with HTML 5 growing in popularity, you can now use an HTML 5 version of YouTube mobile directly in your browser. If you are signed into your YouTube or Gmail account, you can even view your subscriptions, your favorites, and videos you have uploaded. You can switch between HQ and non HQ. You can also put on or remove safe search. It is basically a full featured YouTube client right in the browser. The 2 biggest features of this are the fact that it plays directly in your browser and the new interface looks beautiful! This new version of YouTube Mobile is compatible with any HTML 5 browser. For some screenshots and video of how it looks, click on after the break…

Menu with notification blips

Search results

After choosing a video

Comments/Commenting

Low Quality Video

High Quality Video

According to Techcrunch, the video quality within the browser on this new HTML 5 version looks much better than on the apps themselves. We will look into this.

Try it out for yourself if your mobile browser is compatible here.

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About Daniel Rodriguez
I am 22 years old, I am a little bit new to writing but I love it and I am addicted to gadgets, whether it be Phones, PC's, OS's. Software. I love it all!

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