By Adam Z. Lein | December 16, 2010 11:09 AM
Today HTC released their own YouTube app that’s now available on HTC branded Windows Phone 7 devices. It’s got a much nicer interface than the native YouTube plug-in’s simple link to the mobile YouTube website. This version has a nice panaramic “Metro” style design with easy access to popular videos and category sorting. It also supports video resizing and even high-quality video streaming. That’s a big plus that we’ve been waiting for since the other YouTube apps only show low quality videos. To see the app in action, check out the video below. Unfortunately the app is missing things like comments, log-in, subscriptions, favorites, and video upload, but it’s still pretty nice. If you’ve got an HTC Windows Phone 7, you can download the app from this zune link.