Whoops

YouTube mistakenly removed some Windows videos

I explain

Why Microsoft keeps 'starting over' with Windows Phone

Here we go again

Amazon reportedly buying Twitch for over $1 billion

YouTube on Xbox One

YouTube Xbox One app revamped

Hanging up

Microsoft discontinues Skype for Windows Phone 7

How To

How to record Xbox One gameplay videos and share them on Youtube

Apps

The first YouTube uploader app for Windows Phone 8.1 gets a nice update, more to come

Apps

One of our favorite YouTube apps, myTube is free for 24 hours

Windows Phones

The journey of the Windows Phone platform and state of the ecosystem

Podcast

Vector 41: Mergers and accusations

General News

Google's YouTube rumored to be buying video game streamer Twitch for over $1 billion

Windows Phone News

Take advantage of the new YouTube mobile website with IE11 in Windows Phone 8.1

Xbox

GoPro channel comes to Xbox 360, YouTube sharing improvements to Xbox One

Windows Phone News

Windows Phone 8.1’s greatly improved YouTube experience, plays under lock screen and more

Apps

Toib brings a beautiful YouTube experience to Windows Phone

Apps

You can now open YouTube links directly in Metrotube with minimal effort

Apps

Join the beta for Toib, an upcoming YouTube client from the developer behind Phonly

Apps

mBank releases official mobile banking app for Polish Windows Phone owners

Apps

Metrotube reaches version 4.1.0, introduces substantial UI facelift and more

Apps

Download videos off YouTube on your Windows Phone with Tube Download; free till tomorrow

< >
0

Official YouTube support for Windows Phone 7 revealed

In addition to Netflix, Flixster, official Twitter and all those other apps demoed today by Microsoft, they also finally gave us a look at their official YouTube app, which will presumably be an optional download in the Marketplace.

While you can't stream YouTube videos directly in Mobile Internet Explorer (not yet at least), when  presented with a YouTube link a separate program launches and streams the video. So, familiar territory for Windows Mobile users. No mention of HD streaming though, which is offered on such high-end devices as the Android HTC EVO.

One of the nicest aspects is how the video history is stored under the Pictures/Media hub automatically, allowing quick access (and pinning to a Start Tile) to your videos. That should be great if you're that guy who likes to constantly show off the latest viral videos to your friends...are you that guy? Stop it.

Anyways, between Xbox LIVE, Netflx, YouTube, Zune (music + videos), Twitter, Facebook, etc., Windows Phone 7 finally looks to have nailed down all the corners of social/media tent of 2010.

[via WMPU]

0
loading...
0
loading...
0
loading...
0
loading...

Reader comments

Official YouTube support for Windows Phone 7 revealed

0 Comments