Microsoft and Google are now working together to create a new YouTube app for Windows Phone 8, after an issue that arose between the two companies over the app.
Last week, Microsoft announced the availability of the updated YouTube app for Windows Phone 8, which featured a complete redesign as well as the ability to skip ads and download videos. We all knew it was only a matter of time for Google to catch wind of this.
Last week, Microsoft announced the availability of the updated YouTube app for Windows Phone 8, which featured a complete redesign. The app was due for a long time, but faced issues between Microsoft and Google. Now that the app is finally available, it seems that Microsoft continues to stick it to Google.
Yet another major app is being updated today. Microsoft has announced the availability of the updated YouTube app for Windows Phone 8, which features a complete redesign.
Microsoft isn't too happy right now with Google. We've seen the two companies go back and forth for a while now over Bing and Google Search, but this time, more information has come to light about an issue regarding a YouTube app for the Windows Phone platform. Microsoft believes it is being "dogged" by an issue that should have been resolved already.
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