YouTube has rolled out new features for Premium members, including a few geared toward iPhone and iPad owners.
On Monday, YouTube announced a handful of new features for those who subscribe to YouTube Premium, the company's ad-free subscription service.
Video quality is also getting a boost in the coming weeks, as YouTube plans to launch an enhanced bitrate version of 1080p HD. The company says that while all users can access 1080p, the enhanced version will allow videos to look even better.
In addition to the two updates geared toward iOS users, YouTube added multi-device support for iOS, Android, and the web. So now, Premium members can continue watching YouTube videos where they left off, even if switching between devices.
A new Smart Downloads feature will add recommended videos to a user's library, enabling them to watch the videos offline if desired.
Smartphone and tablet users will also get expanded queueing features, enabling users to create YouTube queues directly from their mobile devices.