YouTube Go arrives in Latin America

Google announced the launch in 130 countries of YouTube Go, the app that allows users to download videos and watch them offline. The service was launched last year in India, initially in beta, and has now expanded globally.
The app allows access to a preview of the videos. Then, users can choose to watch them online or download them on their phones. During this process, it is possible to select the amount of data users would like to spend, as explained by the company in your blog. Another of its main features is the possibility to share videos with friends who are nearby without using the internet.
The YouTube Go app was designed to work more effectively in areas where Internet connectivity is more limited. With the expansion to 130 countries, the service reached markets in Latin America such as Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and Argentina, among others. It is available only for Android devices.