Unlike IOS and Android, Windows Phone does not offer an official YouTube client. But now, Thanks to XDA Member fscode for linking other members to a recently released YouTube app, called YouTube Pro.
YouTube Pro and can do pretty much all the things that you would require out of a dedicated YouTube client. Besides searching for and playing back videos – both in standard an HD quality, it lets you record and upload videos of your own straight from your smartphone. You can download YouTube videos to your smartphone as well. Besides, it allows you to access your subscriptions and manage your playlists. And if that is not enough, YouTube pro can list videos that have been shot near your current location. It works over both Wi-Fi and 3G too.
Currently, there is a free, ad-supported version of YouTube Pro in the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Here’s a complete list of features straight from the Marketplace:
1 Download YouTube videos (supports resume broken downloads)
2 Record and upload videos to YouTube (Resume broken uploads support)
3 Sync the downloaded videos with your PC by installing a client on your PC. (Link of the client and documentation: http://supertube.codeplex.com)
4 Background downloads
5 Play the sound of the video under lock
6 Set channel to push notification
7 Playlist, Inbox, My Video
8 Choose and order the sections in the main page
9 Inbox push notification
10 Fast App Switching (FAS)
11 Subscriptions, favorites and search support
12 Map Tube: view the videos near your location
13 Comment in small screens while playing videos; Full screen in 16:9 or 4:3
14 Custom backgrounds
15 Local player enables you to play a custom playlist or play all videos
16 Video sharing via Facebook, Twitter, SMS and Email
17 Multi-Language and Multi-region support.
So people download this app and enjoy your video….and don’t forget to subscribe it’s just a click away….