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  • YouTube Go lets people watch offline
  • YouTube Go lets people watch offline
    Redd Angelo (2016) ©
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YouTube Go lets people watch offline

Concerned about your data when on-the-go? Do you think twice when opening a video when you’re not hooked up to Wi-Fi? With YouTube Go, these concerns may be over. The app allows users to share and view videos without using any data, making the platform more accessible than ever.

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