For now, the solution is available only in India and Indonesia
After a long time, Google has pulled out of the beta phase of its YouTube app Go, so that already starts its distribution, the essence of this app compared to the official is that it allows users the ability to store videos for offline playback, the aim is that this app is idea for developing countries where the connection is limited, but it is possible to expand to the rest of countries, because the version has moved from beta to stable.
This app, we’ve seen it already a few months, since April where it has suffered many changes both in improving the code as the design to make it similar to the application mother, Youtube. The advantage of this app is that it offers us accesses are faster on the detail of the video quality, ability to send clips to people nearby via bluetooth, no end of things. But I must also say that the application mother, Youtube would give you the possibility to download the content for offline viewing, but it was very difficult to find, even had tools not official that gave us the possibility to download the video but the process was more cumbersome, with YouTube Go advances in the simplicity of its function, to view videos offline, although possibly some day be merged with the application mother.
Is now available in Google Play, it works on older versions of Android to Jellybean, but there is that warning that is only limited to a number of countries at the moment, India and Indonesia.
What you can’t wait to try it out on your own? Then just download it from this link you will find a link to APKMirror: YouTube Go APKMirror