It cannot be denied that there is a fragmentation issue involved where the Android mobile operating system is concerned, but this does not mean those who are a few versions behind in terms of the latest Android version need fret about their mobile YouTube experience. Word has it that Google has already made available the latest version of YouTube for Android that targets Android 2.2 FroYo and Android 2.3 Gingerbread, where it will deliver the preloading feature which was spotted first on Ice Cream Sandwich.
Needless to say, you will still need to remain connected to the Internet in order to enjoy preloaded videos from your subscriptions, but if you are hooked up to a speedy Wi-Fi connection, the video will pre-cache for an overall smoother viewing experience, so that you need not have to wait for the pesky buffering logo to show up, stuttering the video of your choice in the process. Have you updated your YouTube for Android app if you are running on FroYo or Gingerbread?
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