The YouTube App on the PS Vita has been updated to version v2.0, bringing several new features that will enhance your viewing experience even further. Changes include improved controls, closed captions, sharing via twitter and email, and improved searching.
The YouTube App was released on the PS Vita last week, making millions of video clips available from the video sharing site. YouTube compatibility on the PS Vita was something that was lacking on the PS Vita since launch, especially since the device doesn’t support Adobe Flash. Here are our impressions of the app in its current state, and what can be improved.
If you downloaded the YouTube App from the PS Vita Store, you may have noticed that a patch for the app is already available. The zero-day patch updates the app to version v1.01 and addressed some bugs in the app and improves stability.
The YouTube App for the PS Vita was announced a while ago, but today is the day you finally get to download it. Sony has announced that the app will be available to download later today from the PlayStation Store for free. The app will let you watch, search and discover videos using Wi-fi or on the go using 3G.
More good news for PS Vita owners! Sony has already announced a number of new Vita applications, including nico nico, Wake-up Club and Skype. Sony have now announced that the YouTube app will be coming soon to the Vita too.