It’s no secret that YouTube is the main source for listening to music and the newest titles from our favorite bands. But what happens when we use our mobile device and a music video displays only a cover or an irrelevant image? The sound is what matters and it would be great if we could just enjoy it while doing something else.
YouTube On stores your favorite videos, running in the background, while you are busy with other actions. The application uses an elegant interface and you can even log-in to access channels and personal videos. You can switch between the mobile interface and the desktop version and have full access to all videos. There is also the standard YouTube video menu to browse through subscriptions and favorites. Once you start to play a video, you can let the application run in the background and continue what you were doing.
YouTube On requires Adobe Flash Player to be installed on the device. With Jelly Bean, the Flash Player is not compatible anymore, although you can download the APK and install using the standard procedure. However, I found that the application refuses video playback, even with the Adobe Flash installed manually on the Jelly Bean device. Reports on Play Store users are most favorable, so there is no reason why you should not try YouTube On.