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Data-Saving YouTube Go App Arrives In 130 More Countries (But Not The US)

Billions of internet users across the world can now take advantage of a more efficient version of YouTube. The YouTube Go, which provides a plethora of features for viewers who have limited bandwidth, has expanded into 130 new countries across the globe. Though YouTube has developed a diverse, international audience, many of its users struggle to scrounge up the data they need to watch videos on their devices, especially in nations that lack the internet infrastructure of the first world.
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