Google finally came through, knocking out the competitor to its YouTube player. The Windows Mobile YouTube application that could be found on xda-developers for was by far superior to what Google was offering.
The look and feel of the un-official app was much more pleasing to the eye and sported better features. However it was still lacking the ability to interact with your own personal YouTube.
New with Google’s version, 2.4, you are able to view your videos and subscriptions. You can also view and add favorites with just one button all the while still being able to go quickly to the top rated, most viewed, and most recent videos on the site.
Maybe we can safely assume that Microsoft isn’t going to abandon Windows Mobile in favor of Windows Phone after all. Or maybe could it be that all these developers are just pushing out what they have left to work on to get them off their desks. What’s your take? Only time will tell for sure.
Either way, ” thank you Google” for making a big improvement to our Windows Mobile and S60 devices.
Thanks to Engadget for the heads up.