Google has redesigned the YouTube app for the devices running Android 3.2 and above version. The new YouTube app features revamped user interface and makes it more intuitive for the users to subscribe to new channels and stay updated with the subscribed ones.
The new YouTube App is available for all Android devices but the new UI will be available only for the Android 3.2 Honeycomb running tablets and Android 4.0 ICS running smartphones.
On the left side in the app rests the subscribed Channel list with instant access through a swipe gesture. The app also turns phone into remote and lets you play YouTube Video on connected devices.
With the new update, YouTube App now preloads the videos in your subscribed Channel list when the device is using Wi-Fi network and even when it is being charged. That saves up the buffer time but obviously adds to the user cache.
For the devices that run the version lower than Android 3.2 Honeycomb will get the option to sign-in with Google account, HD Playback on capable devices and several bug fixes under the hood.
The new YouTube App is available for download from the Google Play Store.