Some of us were stunned when myTube was pulled from the Windows Phone Store, with many wondering if it was a cease and desist request from Google. Luckily, it wasn't and the issue was simply a bad XAP uploaded to the store for consumers to update to. Thus the app was pulled while a patch was implemented. Here we are, the popular YouTube app is now once again available.
With this latest bump, we're now on version 184.108.40.206 and as well as the fix being implemented, you'll also be able to create playlists from the "add to" screen (when categorising videos), which can then be edited once created (so fear not if you get the odd word wrong). Orientation lock also makes an appearance, joined by the return of Vevo video playback.
If you're looking to help the developer out, there's always the myTube beta(access is granted through the app - using the app bar). If not, you can download myTube from the Windows Phone Store (Windows Phone 8 only, folks) for $0.99. Thanks to everyone who tipped us!
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