YouTube recently upgraded its iOS app that it had launched for Android devices in November of 2012, with the addition of the new feature, Send-To-TV. This feature allows users to send video clips via their iOs devices to Xbox, PlayStation 3 and Google TV and enjoy them on big screen.
Recent conversations with YouTube representatives made it clear that they were all set to capture the television market as Android phones would replace the traditional remote control with this new feature.
Shiva Rajaraman, YouTube’s director for product management said that the company was trying to develop an infrastructure that would become omnipresent, from watching 1080 pixels high definition quality videos on televisions, to using dial-up modems in developing countries. The company plans to infiltrate the world with their quality videos and they are leaving no stone unturned to do that.
The new Send-To-TV app was launched on Thursday. This latest update ensures that there is better streaming even with slow Wi-Fi connectivity and stability improvement. Users can now record and upload videos using the YouTube Capture feature.
The updated iOS version of YouTube is now available on the App Store.