Yes, there’s been a YouTube app on Android from the beginning. That’s kind of the point, though – the YT app has always been inextricably tied in with the Android OS.
This new version is entirely separate (it’s now available as an app on Android Market), meaning it can be updated much more frequently.
This version’s been built from scratch with the ability to browse through comments and related videos while keeping the video plainly in view. You can also now upscale videos to full screen simply by rotating your phone to landscape. Put simply, it’s the best mobile YouTube yet.
Rating: 5 out of 5