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Google Creates YouTube Go with Slow Networks In Mind

Google today released YouTube Go, a version of the mobile video app that has been optimized for slow and inconsistent wireless networks. The idea, says Google, is to allow people to get the most from YouTube even under poor network conditions. Google created the app with several key tenets in mind. First, it should help people find "relatable" videos on the launch screen, which means content that is popular with people/friends who are nearby.
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