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YouTube revamp Symbian and Windows Mobile YouTube app

According to MediaPost, YouTube has now revamped the Symbian and Windows Mobile versions of the YouTube Mobile application.

Apparently YouTube has said the new application is up to 90 percent faster at loading videos and can also determine what kind of connection the user is using such as EDGE, WiFi or EV-DO in advance.

Such Windows Mobile smartphones as Samsung, Motorola, HTC, LG and Symbian smartphones such as the Nokia N95 will see performance gains with the new YouTube Mobile app.

This new version of YouTube for Mobile is still in beta and even the company’s website looks somewhat messy, but if anyone happens to grab the new YouTube Mobile app fell free to let us know how it goes.

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3 thoughts on “YouTube revamp Symbian and Windows Mobile YouTube app”

  1. Im using the current youtube app on my G1. So far its been brilliant for me, very fast and works like a treat, guess this is partly due to the network and not just the app.