Google allows Indian users to download and watch YouTube videos offline

By | September 15, 2014

Alongside the launch of Android One smartphones, Google has also announced that it is going to bring the offline capabilities to the Indian users and it will also the users to save the videos on offline and offers the users to watch them anywhere with out need of data connection.

Cesar Sengupta, YouTube executive has mentioned at the launch event of Android One that this move was to serve the users in the country better, where the cellular data connections are not always available.


[quote]YouTube is very popular here and you will watch some videos again and again which you like. How awesome it would be if you could watch those videos again and again without need to pay for data and take the videos with you wherever you go? with in coming weeks, much of the YouTube videos will be available offline in India. This is huge and our users will really, really like this. You can download any video once and save it your phone and watch it again and again. [/quote]

This service from Google is not restricted to music videos and the users will have also the ability to download any video of the service and store them offline. However, did not mention any official date when the offline availability will launch in India, nor it has stated whether the service will be available in other countries.

It is definitely good news for the Indian users, so that they can watch YouTube videos offline, where the network is very poor.

Author: Peter Jacksonn

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