YouTube Go, the YouTube app which lets you save videos for offline viewing, has now launched in beta in India.

The app was first revealed by Google last September, and delivers a new YouTube interface, along with Bluetooth video-sharing features, and greater control over how much data you spend on watching videos — it’s concerned primarily with ensuring users don’t go max out their data allowance.

Google has been testing the app in some regions since early February, and now, the beta is officially rolling out in the country Google always had its sights on (the app launched in Delhi and Google previously said it was “built from the ground up with insights from India”).

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Google is seeking feedback for YouTube go while it’s still in beta, which can be left from within the app, and says it will also be “holding several activities in Udaipur over the upcoming weeks to glean more insights from users on the ground.”

If you want to be notified when the final version of YouTube Go hits the Play Store, you can sign up here, and you can download the beta version from Google Play via the link below.

Give us your thoughts on YouTube Go in the comments.

Scott Adam Gordon
Scott Adam Gordon is a European correspondent for Android Authority. Originally from the UK, Scott has been tinkering with Android phones since 2011 and writing about them full-time since 2014. He now lives in Berlin with three roommates he never sees. Befriend him on Twitter and Google+ at the links.
  • 对你爱爱爱不完,我可以天天月月年年看你博客到永远!

  • Salman Shaikh

    Thumbs up to Google!

  • Hh

    It was in “early access” tab of Playstore a month back

  • Well, apparently, there are no videos where the author allowed downloading. For now, it’s trash, but assuming all the download worthy videos will have protection turned on, stick to a different service for downloading videos…