While the new update for the YouTube app on Android may not be all that exciting, certain references in the app’s coding are. Throughout the coding there are several references that hint at a ‘Music Pass’ service with offline playback and no advertisements.
Today a new version of the YouTube app for Android started rolling out on Google Play. The update includes revamped search results with videos, playlists and channels grouped together, new tabs on channel pages, and other fixes and enhancements. The update might not be all that exciting, but new code in the app discovered by AndroidPolice points to some big new features potentially coming to the app in the future.