Its been long, when we heard something about YouTube’s long-anticipated skill to allow users to play YouTube videos offline, which includes the potential to save users lots of bandwidth, as well as it will be convenient to YouTube users with slow internet connectivity. It had been said that such a characteristic will arrive on both Android and the iOS. Unfortunately, this did not occur, although Google had sworn to bring this kind of characteristic in November 2013.
For the time being, it had been declared that YouTube lovers in India will have the ability to save video clips as part of the Android one initiative. Well, it does not happen, but now it seems that the feature is now a go, as many reports claiming that You Tube users in few regions are able to save videos for later, while no internet connection is available. These regions are India and Philippines.
Numerous reports indicates that this characteristic is location-established and isn’t part of an upgrade for the iOS and Android variations of YouTube. Provided your location, an icon will show up in the information section of any specified YouTube video. It is also possible to select the quality of the video. As soon as you have downloaded a clip, it’s going to not be unavailable for up to two days in a committed section in the program. No info whether this feature will roll out to other regions.