YouTube launches HTML5-enabled mobile website for iPhone and Android and here's what's new about it:<ul>[*]It's really fast.[*]The user interface incorporates larger, more touch-friendly elements, making it easier to access videos on the go.[*]It incorporates the features and functionality you’ve come to expect from the .com site, like search query suggestions, the options to create playlists, the ability to designate “favorite,” “like” or “unlike” videos directly from your device.[*]As we make improvements to Youtube.com, you’ll see them quickly follow on our mobile site, unlike native apps which are not updated as frequently.[/list]
As the world continues to go mobile, Google think this is a great improvement for users who want a more consistent YouTube across many devices, no matter where they are. They are launching in English only today, but will be rolling it out in other languages in the coming months. You can access the latest YouTube mobile site from your iPhone or Android browser. To learn more, visit m.youtube.com to check out the latest improvements and take a minute to watch this demo video:

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