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The latest YouTube for Android is now rolling out to folks. This version, v2.3.4 now adds a +1 button to the mix and you can now add annotations as well. For videos you're not wanting to watch right away but rather when you get home on say your computer or Google TV -- there is now a watch later queue that has been added. Plus, if you upload videos from within the app you can now do so while editing the video info -- something that was bothersome in the past. You'll find update available now, in the Android Market and the link past the break for you all.

 

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YouTube for Android reaches v2.3.4 - Adds + 1 button, Annotations and Watch Later queue

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I think it's because they have made YouTube one of those apps that you can not uninstall "installed on device (defoult)". I'm guessing that Samsung has to push the update? I don't really understand how this works. Another theory I have is that they're going to push a different update that better utilizes the dual-core power these phones have, but that's just wishfully thinking..

Anywho, the only way to update it on the Epic 4g Touch is to be rooted.

I know how you feel. This made me sad this morning, having the latest, fastes phone and not being able to update it because its "unsupported". Smh.

Edit- I found the apk in xda.

http://www.multiupload.com/9G3KB06RMY

Just download, copy to memorycard and update the app. If you dislike the changes you can always go to settings, manage apps, find the YouTube app and uninstall update.

your being a little harsh don't you think; there just trying to help. to many people right wrong things in these article's. we should all be nicer to each other irregardless

Since Saturday night my Thunderbolt is unable to run YouTube over the LTE Network. It works on WiFi and on 3G, but when I switch to the LTE Network which in Boston where I live I'm getting between 16 to 25 MB download and over 5 MB upload. Can not figure it out, I have S-Off, rooted and running a custom Rom. It has been like that for monthw without any issues at all. Very strange, I'm reading that the AT&T LTE Network is having problems with certain websites on their LTE Network. I have changed radios, tried a different Rom with no luck. It must be the LTE Network or YouTube issues. Any help would be welcomed.

What has happened to android central lately? Sounds like a bunch kindergartners have started posted.

Why won't Google Fix the back issue??!??!?!?!?
WHEN I HIT THE BACK BUTTON WHY DO YOU THINK I WANT TO START FROM THE TOP OF THE LIST GOOGLE??!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

Orlanka: your post was genius... Cracked me up.

Mikejwf: there were many errors in his two sentences; clearly he was being sarcastic.