YouTube Finally Gets a ‘My subscriptions’ List With the Latest Update

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  • 05 Apr 2013
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  • Google has invested a lot of effort lately into making its apps a lot more attractive and benefiting from the latest improvements. The software giant has about brought new versions for every piece of software it owns, including GMail, Google+, Google Now / Search and now YouTube. The latter has managed to bring a highly requested feature that seemed to cause major frustration.

    YouTube App for Android

    With the most popular Google apps for Android considered an absolute must for the most users, the developer has a moral obligation not only to provide support for free, but also to bring enhanced functionality for each one. Unfortunately sometimes it happens that features that have become a habit to use get removed in order to make room for new ones. It is the case with the Google Play Store, loosing the so familiar purchases list. And now it is the case with YouTube, that has gained back one of its losses.

    The major issue that users seemed to complain about with the newest releases of YouTube for Android, is that the app no longer provided the so familiar subscriptions list by default, instead offering recommendations in the same place, making the list a lot harder to navigate. Fortunately the app’s latest update now brings a so requested “My Subscriptions” list that should be a relief for most users.  Besides that, there is now a new YouTube One Channel branding for video creator channels, and the regular bug fixes and improvements. Get it now.

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