YouTube app now features 480p, 1080p streaming options at last

480p, 1080p streaming options have finally been added to the YouTube app.

| Jun 14, 2014 at 1:28 am CDT

Google has finally baked in 480p and 1080p streaming options into the latest version of its YouTube app. In order to get the supported resolutions, you'll need to update your YouTube app, of course.

YouTube app now features 480p, 1080p streaming options at last | TweakTown.com

As you start your video, simply tap the three-dot overflow menu in the top right, where you'll be greeted with a gear icon - tap that, and choose your desired resolution. This hasn't rolled out to everyone just yet, but it shouldn't take too long to have this new option in your YouTube application.

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