Earlier this morning, a certain leakster known as @ryanf1fan (with a pretty decent track record when it comes to reliable leaks, or so that is what we have come to believe) has posted that he has reliable information concerning an updated YouTube app which will enable users to watch one video while looking for another. We are talking about actual multitasking here, people, and while you might think that this is not too big an issue to overcome especially since there is always the tried and tested option of using two monitors to watch one video on a single monitor, and searching for another video in the other monitor, it could prove to be just the thing YouTube needs for those of us with a single monitor setup. The thing is, you cannot really do so on a smartphone or tablet.
@ryanf1fan also claims that the app’s performance is nothing short of fluid and fast, and since this is an app, he tested it on his Galaxy Nexus. Apparently, the app will allegedly retain its current aesthetics, but it does not yet support system wide capabilities but that should change by the time it is launched.
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