YouTube on cellphone

January 24, 2008 on 1:59 pm | In Telecommunication services | 4 Comments

Unit of Google, is expanding its mobile service. Now you can see any video clips from its site on your cellphones if it capable of using high speed wireless connections from 3G operators. YouTube’s website already serves up more than 200 000 000 video clips today and anybody can sharing video with this online service.

“It’s basically the full YouTube experience you can get on the desktop — on the phone,” said Dwipal Desia, YouTube’s mobile product manager. “We expect it to get fairly popular from our past experiences.”

Desai said also that company is testing application that will make it easier for cellphone users to upload their video clips from handsets onto YouTube, that can allow for far use of video to document people’s lives much more.

YouTube will providing mobile access to many of features that available on its Internet site. The additional features for cell phones including ability to rate video clips and share video with friends.

The service will run on select cellphones from U.S. based Motorola Inc, South Korea’s LG Electronics, Finland’s Nokia and Sony Ericsson, jointly owned by Japan’s Sony Corp and Sweden’s Ericsson.
YouTube for Mobile will be available in 17 countries and 11 languages – English, Japanese, Italian, French, Spanish, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Chinese, German and Russian.

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