quote: Because a native mobile app is way faster than doing the same on a browser
quote: With iPhone users losing access to the native app, Google has announced the launch of the new YouTube app for the iPhone and the iPod Touch.
quote: This strongly suggests that Apple dropped YouTube first then Google responded. In less than a month? I doubt it.I suspect Google wanted to change the app to include ads. Apple didn't like that Google didn't use iAds and had ads financially supporting Google and not Apple in the standard, minimum set of apps on iOS 6. Thus Apple gave YouTube the boot. Then Google decided to finish the new app and ship it.