YouTube for Android will soon give users the opportunity to choose default video quality on Wi-Fi and mobile data

YouTube users on Android are now going to be able to select their default video quality setting for Wi-Fi and mobile connections for the entire app. YouTube has announced back in June that it will be testing this feature, but until now, we didn’t see anyone having it. Now, that YouTube is finally bringing this quite important setting to its app via an update (although it’s still beta).

For now, you can modify the video quality by choosing the resolution directly. In the new simplified menu, you will have three basic options: Data Saver, which, understandably, delivers lower-quality …
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