Google issued an update to its official YouTube application recently, including a feature that has been much-requested since the transition to iOS 6 and Google managing its own app: The ability to manually select video quality.
Sadly, as comes with many good things, there’s a catch. As of today, you can only change the video quality manually when using the app over Wi-Fi. Presumably, this intends to prevent those without unlimited data from accidentally watching hoards of high-quality YouTube content over their cellular connection.
Version 2.2.0 of the YouTube client includes other changes as well:
* Choose your video quality while on Wi-Fi
* Accessibility improvements
* iOS 7 compatibility improvements