Mobile users will now be able to stream HD on YouTube, Only on the WiFi connection

Mobile users will now be able to watch videos in 720p, 1080p and 1440p resolutions from WiFi on YouTube
Previously, videos could only be viewed in 144p, 240p, 360p and 480p resolutions
The company set limits to save bandwidth and reduce Internet traffic

Mobile users will now be able to stream HD again on Google’s video-sharing platform YouTube. This means users will now be able to watch videos in HD and Full HD quality. However, you will get the benefit of watching high-quality videos only while using WiFi.

Mobile users can now watch videos in 720p, 1080p and 1440p resolutions from WiFi on YouTube. Although the company has not made any official announcement about it many users in India are getting access to it. For this, the user has to change the video quality by going to settings. You will not get the benefit of this service from the mobile internet. It will benefit all YouTube subscribers, including YouTube Premium.

The company set limits to save bandwidth and reduce Internet traffic

YouTube made its video quality SD in India in March when the Corona epidemic began. This means that users could only watch videos in 144p, 240p, 360p, and 480p resolutions.

The company made the decision to save bandwidth and not let the service go down. OTT (over the top) platforms, including Netflix, Prime Video, and Disney Hotstar, also set quality limits. However, now mobile users will be able to enjoy videos in HD quality with WiFi connection.

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