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YouTube Is Top iOS App This Week

YouTube is the No. 1 top free iOS app this week, according to research from AppData. Google launched the new app last week in advance of the new iPhones, which will not come preloaded with the YouTube app as the devices have in the past.

Below, we’ve listed the top free iOS apps of the week. The list links to Inside Network’s research about the individual apps, including historical charts, developer information and download information.

To prepare for Mediabistro’s upcoming Media App Summit on December 3, 2012, we spotlight the top free apps every week–helping our readers discover, enjoy and analyze successful content. Read more

YouTube Gets New iPhone App

Google has released a new iOS app for YouTube just in time for the expected release of the new iPhone 5 tomorrow. The new app comes after the license between Apple and Google expired. Unlike the old app, which came preloaded on iPhones, the new app will not come preloaded, but users can download it for free.

The app comes with a new YouTube logo as the icon, as opposed to the previous icon of a television, along with a handful of new features. For example, the app also an updated search functionality that lets users search through categories like puppies, airplanes and tennis. The search update also includes the ability to search through voice and query autocomplete.  Read more

Yes, iOS 6 Is Dropping the YouTube App…Now Can We Please Stop Talking About It?

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Since yesterday afternoon my Google Reader has been flooded with articles about Apple dropping the YouTube app from iOS 6. I’ve read seventeen different posts on the matter, from CNET to the Google Operating System blog and even The Washington Post. Say goodbye to YouTube in iOS 6! Apple’s giving YouTube the boot! We get it. Now can we please stop talking about it?

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