YouTube’s core mobile apps for iOS and Android, as well as YouTube’s music and children’s apps, have already supported offline viewing. This is useful when people want to save their favorite movies and TV shows for later viewing without worrying about a poor network connection. convenient. However, the Android version of the YouTube TV application still lacks this feature.
Currently, YouTube TV for Android can only watch content through the application’s cloud DVR, which requires an internet connection to work. But this may change soon, and a bunch of code updates reveals the next move for this app.
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The latest version of the YouTube TV app (5.06.2) on the Android system was found to contain a system notification, and the prompt “Looking for an incomplete download” appeared when it was launched. If this seems familiar, it’s because the notifications are seen on YouTube’s main app and other component apps that can be viewed offline are the same.
The latest app code for YouTube TV shows that it will soon allow movies and shows to be downloaded and saved on the device for offline viewing. This can probably be achieved through a download button, which will appear in every video you watch. In addition, when the user is offline, the app may notify and instruct you to open the download section, where you can watch the saved video.
The new feature has not yet been opened to users, but it may only be a matter of time for everyone to implement this feature, including iOS devices.
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