How often have you wished you could watch your favourite Youtube video, but did not have an internet connection?
How often have you wanted to show a hilarious video to your friend, but couldn’t watch it all, because your slow internet connection interrupted it?
Youtube has announced its plans to introduce a new feature in November, that will give the opportunity to its users to “add videos” to their mobile phones and watch them within 48 hours offline.
This is really important, not only for us as users, but also for brands, as it will let their fans watch videos from their Youtube Channels at any moment of the day they would like to. Important enough?
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