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Recall in September, Google promised to release an app that will allow you to download clips from YouTube to your phone or Tablet for offline viewing. The name of the mobile app was called YouTube Go.

To follow-up their pledge, Google has released the YouTube Go app in a beta form today.

Please take note, it only available for Indian users only because of the country’s blotchier cellular coverage, sluggish carrier speeds, and expensive data buckets.

The app is going to be tested with some selected downloadable videos, made for the local market, and you only chance for two choices in terms of quality options which are basic and standard – neither of the get to the level of HD definition.

If you own a low storage capability, you will enjoy this app and really be grateful to Google for the introduction because the downloaded videos are pretty small.

Click links below for testing.

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Google Play Store

Mirror APK.

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