Nokia N9 paid apps: cuteTube

The Nokia N9 comes preloaded with a YouTube application, but if you open it, soon you’ll discover it just opens the YouTube mobile website with the browser, which is just a bit disappointing: apparently the YouTube app wasn’t a priority for Nokia.

Besides this, Nokia allows the user to add the YouTube login to the system accounts, making it possible to upload videos to YouTube directly from the gallery, which is a rather nice feature!

cuteTube is a third party app for YouTube and Dailymotion made by Stuart Howarth.

Since the stock app isn’t really an app, cuteTube is kind of an essential app for all YouTube power users.

It has a lot of features:

  • Setup multiple YouTube and Dailymotion accounts
  • Upload HD videos (1080p to YouTube, something an iPhone 4S can’t do!)
  • View subscribed channels, favorites, playlists and comments
  • Check the videos your friends are sharing on the social networks

Another thing I like about cuteTube is the interface: unlike other Harmattan apps, the interface is designed accordingly to the Harmattan UX, for instance, there is no exit button as the interface relies on the Harmattan way of doing things, in this case by swiping from top to bottom!

When I bought cuteTube some months ago, it cost €2 but now it is available at the Nokia Store for €3.

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