YouTube App on PS VITA receives patch 2.00, Changelog revealed
YouTube App on PS VITA has just received a brand new 5MB patch (patch 2.00), and guess what it adds numbers of major improvements (such as closed captions, search filters and more).
You can check out the changelog of this YouTube PS VITA App Patch 2.00 below.
Subscriptions and channels: Now you can view and manage
your subscriptions (including your subscription to the PlayStation
YouTube channel), browse all videos on a specific channel and check out
detailed information in the “About this channel” menu option.
Improved controls: We’ve added new functions on controls
including Next/Previous buttons, a loop video option and the ability to
browse videos while another is playing, making it easy to select
preferred videos without interrupting playback.
Playlist settings: You can now create playlists and add videos to your playlists, including your Favorites or Watch Later lists.
Closed captions: Captions help deaf and hard-of-hearing
viewers enjoy YouTube videos, and they’re also useful if you forgot your
headphones and want to watch videos in a loud (or quiet) setting while
on-the-go. Now you can display closed captions when playing videos. Look
for the captions icon on the video thumbnail. You can even change the
language of captions in the options menu.
Continuous playback: In the settings menu, you can now enable continuous playback, so your next video selection will start to play automatically.
PS Vita buttons: You now have the option to use the PS
Vita buttons to control playback and menus, which can be enabled in the
Settings > System menu.
Share: Show that you’re tuned in—Tweet, Email or group
message your friends the name and URL to the latest video. You can also
invite people to check out any channel on YouTube — like the the
PlayStation YouTube channel — via group message, so they don’t miss a
Improved search: You can now use search filters — sorting
by upload date or duration, for example — making it easier than ever to
find your favorite videos.