The native YouTube app for iOS has received a pretty cool update of its features, as the application will now feature a live video streaming feature that will see iOS device users able to log in and watch live broadcasts on the go.
So when a YouTube channel is showing some live entertainment, for example a live stream of a concert, iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users will be able to watch live through a 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi connection.
The YouTube version 1.3 update is available now on the App Store and can be downloaded directly on to your device. It will allow users to watch live streams via mobile content from politics, concerts, and even live celebrity shows.
The update also brings a few other features, including the ability to queue multiple videos for TV viewing and a port of the Android app’s ‘My Subscriptions’ feed.
What’s more, there will also be a ‘Send to TV’ feature that was announced earlier in the year which will allow users to stream videos from their device to a TV with via a connected device (i.e. Xbox, PS3 or Google TV).
The update is available now on the Apple App Store.