Here is a little bit of a pop quiz – if you were one of those who did not manage to make it to the recently concluded Google I/O Conference which was held in San Francisco, did you manage to check out the I/O 12 Android application which actually streamed the live developer sessions from Google I/O via YouTube? Those who answered in the affirmative and are extremely partial to know how things work underneath the hood, you will be pleased to hear that you were taking part in history, using a totally new and unreleased YouTube Android Player API.
This particular API was announced, or at least, touched on, during one of the YouTube developer sessions, although we can expect Google to step forward with a full announcement sometime down the road. With the YouTube Android Player API, it ought to be able to pave the way for a full, native YouTube video experience right there on your Android-powered smartphone, now how about that? This would definitely be progress in the right direction.
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