Last night I was taking a look through the CrackBerry app store to see what new apps had been released and updated. I happened to notice a YouTube player that was listed as free so decided I should give it a look. There has been a few YouTube apps made available in the past but most are either no longer supported, only available on certain devices or just plain suck. Simply named Player for YouTube, this one is free and looks nice.
Featured, Popular, Top Rated, Newest and Most Viewed Feeds
Playing videos over RTSP Streaming or Wifi and WAP
Share video links by email with your friends
Bookmark your favorite videos for easy access
Search for videos, including saved search history
Browse videos by Categories and Tags
View user channels
Click on YouTube links from other BlackBerry applications
That is a rather large feature list for an app that is available for free. After testing the app out for a few videos I can surely say it beats firing up YouTubes mobile version all the time. Currently, OS 4.6 and up is the umbrella for supported devices and this includes the BlackBerry Storm. If you find yourself using YouTube a lot you may find this to be a better option.
Download Player For YouTube For Free From The CrackBerry App Store
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