Google has been doing an integration process with all its applications in Android, and today updated its YouTube client
All Google apps for Android are a fundamental part of it, either its browser, Google Now, Google Maps, Google Drive and of course YouTube and Google +. The policy of those of Mountain View is to integrate all its services so that the content shared within this” Google “ecosystem is increasingly easy, and today have released an update to YouTube that seeks to do the same with this formidable application.
In its latest version, YouTube for Android now enables us to use our Google + profile, which would be somehow the officer to comment on the videos a more transparent manner and thus unify all the services of those of Mountain View. We may also flag videos as favorites or share them directly.
Added to this, also added a system to control playback from the notification bar and solved bugs that occur with the button that allowed us to show YouTube videos in fullscreen.
As usual, you can download YouTube for free from Google Play and requires Android 2.2 or higher.