Video site YouTube recently revealed that its revamped mobile site will come with HTML5 support, not to mention the higher video quality and a tweaked user interface which we covered earlier. This is due to the proliferation of better mobile hardware, especially hardware that come with HTML5 compliant browsers. We missed out on video tagging in our previous post, and with HTML5 support, both iPad and iPhone users can check it out directly without relying on Apple’s questionable YouTube app.
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