While a lot of Google apps make use of server-side updates to check mate the soon to be released features, together with a selected group of end users, YouTube is always known to be exceptional. The video guru posses an easy to access list of upcoming enhancements which is currently being featured in beta, and allows any user as far as they’re Top subscribers, to quickly sign up and use them in-development tools a little more earlier than usual. Its recent feature is ready and up for grabs, although its audience are a little more location specific than expected.
The YouTube App
The company is currently test running “Smart downloads” for its recent Android app, which has made it one of its best tools ranging from YouTube Music to the main app (via 9to5Google). As soon as it is enabled, Smart downloads will automatically save videos that was recorded to your device over a Wi-Fi network, it is a default, so you’re set to keep streaming no matter where you are headed. Downloaded content are found in the Library tab, together with your watch playlists and history. The maximum of videos that can be downloaded each week got to a peak of 20, needless to worry, the YouTube app will not steal all of your phone’s internal storage.
Sadly, a lot of people cannot participate in this recent experiment, irrespective of the Premium status. This feature shows up in YouTube’s “New” webpage( background ) or its “Try new features” menu that was embedded within the mobile app, but this is specific in Europe. It doesn’t look like it’s available anywhere in North America.
Up until now, it doesn’t look like that Smart downloads will come to the standard YouTube app. Sooner or later, any Premium subscriber will now get a chance to put away some auto-downloaded videos for as reserve.
Sadly this feature is only available for users in Europe alone .
Let’s keep fingers crossed, that it might be available to all users soon.