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Video-sharing moneypit YouTube has launched a new mobile client, for S60 and Windows Mobile devices, providing mobile access to more than 30,000 videos of dancing cats. Most mobile access to YouTube has been through a limited interface which links to the on-device media player for playback. We've never had a lot of luck getting …

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It might just be me being retarded.. but...

my HTC Touch Diamond had a YouTube client out of the box... Which also works umm.. pretty flawlessly.

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HTC's Offering

It's not nearly as good as the HTC client that came with my HTC Touch HD, it's a real shame that they don't offer it for download.

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Dont work with pocket loox T830

It refuses to download, and state that i have an incompatible device.

Maybe because the square screen?

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Time for a new phone

Bill,

Hi. Shame you don't own an iPhone 3G as the YouTube client on mine has worked faultlessly since I bought it.

I realise it's not a vital App but I thought I should let you in case it influences any future purchasing decisions.

R.

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@Chris Pinto

Same for me (with Touch HD), only feature that seems to be missing is the ability to paste youtube url links into it. So when someone provides a link to a video, it's a pain to find the thing.

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Why an app anyway?

Even Android comes with a youtube app...

But why? Just make the damned website work properly. Look at the BBC iplayer - works on anything.. no app needed.

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Not bad

I actually like it, its clean, simple, full screen, minimum clicks to get working. Works brilliantly on my Nokia e71.

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Missing a bookmark thing

A good clean, simple app, very few clicks to get something, all it lacks is say a bookmark of searches or favourite videos, or an option of downloading a video for playback off-line.

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Finally!

That took long enough...

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Nokia 6650d [flip]

Works, but doesn't rotate the image to fit the screen, meaning that it chops half off it off.

IE it's a half-arsed implementation.

Hurrah! No dancing cats for me!

Steven R

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