Guess you don’t always need an app for that. “[I]t appears that Microsoft is using publicly available application programming interfaces to access and play the underlying H.264-encoded YouTube videos”. So that means you can just go the site and YouTube to your heart’s content. There appears to be an app in the works as well, but not sure I’d need it if I had this. Check it out in action:

This is a good day for WP7

via TechFlash


  1. By the looks of it, ‘Video Player’ is the application thats running and it’s triggered by the link. Either way, it’s great. I was starting to get a little worried about this.

  2. just watch out what u view on youtube i guess or people looking at your phone might see the videos you watched haha. i guess i should stop watching women driving fails because my gf might not like that haha

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