YouTube Spiffs Up Its App on Eve of iPhone Launch

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YouTube has been re-inflated, so to speak, for the iPhone — but it is unlikely the video app, which Google released Tuesday, will help patch things up between the search giant and Apple. The release of the free app follows the companies’ decision not to renew a five-year licensing agreement that established the Google-owned YouTube video service as a default on iOS devices. Apple pulled the app from the home screen, and Google responded by releasing the new downloadable app. The new version allows Google to add ads to video clips.


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