This week, YouTube launched a new mobile version of its website designed to work better on Windows Phone 7.5.
As you know, Mango ships with a browser based on Internet Explorer 9 and supports web standards including HTML5.
In the screenshots below -- On the left, you see what YouTube looks like on a current Windows Phone. And, the shot on the right shows YouTube on a Mango phone.
The new site is obviously spiffier and better organized. It also now offers search auto suggestions and high-quality (HQ) video. But the most exciting change is, because the site supports HTML5, "you longer need a stand-alone app to watch YouTube on Windows Phone 7.5."
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