YouTube Go is Launching in Over 130 Countries

The app is intended to provide a better experience for users in countries with data connection issues

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Google’s mobile friendly YouTube Go app is now available to Android users in more than 130 countries. To combat poor connectivity issues many users face with on a daily, YouTube Go will make it easier to enjoy videos from anywhere.

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The app was first tested in India about a year ago, and came with features that let you download videos to watch offline, as well as share them with friends without the need for a data connection.

YouTube Go will also provide users with a new personalized stream of recommended content, and the ability to send multiple videos simultaneously to another device.

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After expanding, the list of new countries include those in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and elsewhere.

Due to the app’s focus on locations that have spotty cellular data, countries with more developed networks — like the United States, Japan, England and Germany — will not be able to access it at this time.