In a small update this afternoon, Google brought YouTube for Android support to the all-new Nexus Q. YouTube support is definitely welcomed on the media streamer that began shipping yesterday. The support allows users to sit-back and watch YouTube videos on the big screen. Also in the update, Google included a slew of bug fixes and remote function to Android 2.5 devices and older. The function allows users to play YouTube videos on other devices. Release notes are below for your perusal: [Google Play via Android Community]

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Android 4.0+ devices: v.4.0

  • Nexus Q support
  • Bugfixes

Earlier Android devices: v.2.5

  •  Nexus Q support
  •  Turn your phone into a remote, to play YouTube videos on other devices

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