Mobile users will get to experience the same features as the desktop version.

YouTube has rolled out an updated version of its mobile site, with new features in an effort to match its desktop experience. The new site's user interface has touch-friendly and larger elements to make accessing the videos easier. It also features search query suggestions, the option to “favorite,” “like” or “unlike” the videos, and creating playlists. YouTube is aiming to make the improvements reflect on the mobile site as soon as they happen on Youtube.com.

The revamped mobile site was launched in English and will incorporate several other languages later.

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