Even with the ever-increasing mobile data range and the growing number of Wi-Fi hotspots, it's often still difficult to watch videos wherever you want. This problem mainly occurs in less developed countries. Therefore, the YouTube team has created YouTube Go, an app centered around storing videos for later viewing.
YouTube Go was first announced in September 2016 with a promise that it will be entirely public "early next year." Essentially, this is offline and more social playback on the preview of the widely used YouTube app preview before downloading so you can decide whether to watch or download the video, you can choose the resolution and see the amount of space each. the resolution level will be taken before saving the video, and you can share the videos that are stored with friends via Bluetooth transfer.
By seeing our short interaction with YouTube Go so far, it seems possible to watch and download most YouTube videos. However, you are limited to basic or standard quality; There is no 1080p or even 720p here, folks. During the initial stages, you need to enter your phone number and verify it with text to do a friend search in the future, which may be similar to how Allo and WhatsApp operate. The verification process worked for Artem and Cody unhindered, but Go refused to allow me to connect, even after several attempts with multiple devices with multiple phone numbers.
We've got APK Go YouTube in APK Mirror; let us know if it works for you As far as we know, this app is still only official for India.