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Google announces YouTube Go for video junkies on a data budget

At its Google for India event in New Delhi today, the company announced a new mobile app designed with users in India in mind: YouTube Go. The app brings YouTube to your mobile device with a slew of options to help you save on your carrier’s data fees and to work in areas with poor connectivity. YouTube Go features video previews in the form of slideshows for each clip, so can get an idea of what it’s about before you stream or save it to your device.
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