Apple has made some reductions and additions in its iOS 6 software update. While a new Apple Maps app is added, Apple has taken off the YouTube app from iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches, which has been its staple since the very beginning.
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While iOS 6 users can easily download Google’s new YouTube app for the iPhone, Apple has also introduced a choice of a third-party alternative, Jasmine, which is a full-featured YouTube client for iOS. Developed by Morrissey Exchange Pty Ltd, Jasmine is an app for iPhone and iPad.
With an even and receptive interface, Jasmine offers users with support to manage playlists along with other features that YouTube provides. Giving users the best mobile and tab experience, Jasmine can be downloaded easily from the Apple App Store, for free.
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Announcing the launch of Jasmine, Jason Morrissey, the developer says, “It’s a far lighter project than Alien Blue and doesn’t carry a lot of bells and whistles, but it may serve as a simple alternative.”
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Released just two days back, Jasmine’s main focus lies in searching and browsing for videos. It also offers users easy access to playlists, viewing history, favorite videos, and subscriptions.
Jasmine has a simple navigation and is user friendly. It has a flower-shaped icon at the screen’s top, which when tapped on, lets users easily switch from a white background to black. The app requires users to upgrade system to iOS 6. Jasmine has great level of control and comes with options to determine video playback, appearance, parental controls, and more. The app has same user interface as Google’s YouTube and is simple to use.