Google is reportedly enhancing its video-sharing portal Youtube’s Premium services. It is now offering Premium users to download 1080p videos and store them offline. The feature seems to be rolling out slowly and will be available for both Android and iOS. A spokesperson for the company said that it’ll be available in “most Premium markets,” with more being added “soon.”
Youtube was reported to be planning to raise the download quality limit to 1080p since back in February. But we never heard anything back from Google regarding this update. However, our wait was worth it and Google is finally rolling out the much-awaited upgrade for Premium users slowly and gradually.