Already, Google’s Android is the biggest OS in the world and has around 2 billion users to its name. This list is growing, and now google is looking to take a further step forward in the expansion of its market, with the introduction of Android Go. Android Go basically can be considered a cut down of the upcoming Android O, and it will not only come with its own version of Google Play but also with its own optimized apps.
This introduction of Android Go is targeted for those who cannot afford those expensive flagship phones, that Samsung, Apple, HTC, and company have to offer. This version of OS will work with phones having limited specifications, supporting specific apps, and helping out in situations you might have otherwise been uncomfortable in, for example, has no WiFi. Apps that are available on Android Go will be less than 10 MB in size and will work even when you don’t have the luxuries of wifi to your advantage.
YouTube Go comes along with Android Go, as this will be the optimized version which the OS will introduce. YouTube Go will come with a very handy feature, which will allow users to watch bits of video without using any mobile data, just to check whether or not it was the video you thought you had in mind. Selecting the quality of the video before playing it is also now an option, with the introduction of YouTube Go. Amongst other features, another feature with which we might become accustomed to is sharing videos between multiple Android Go users, through peer-to-peer connections.