Google has released an all-new YouTube app for the iPhone and iPod touch, which it said it was working on last month when Apple revealed it was removing it from iOS 6. The new app is completely native, and in our brief time with it we found it to be fast and responsive. It uses the same design language as the Google+ app on iOS, and like that app it’s quite good at loading up reams of new content quickly.
Google’s new YouTube app is nearly identical to its Android counterpart, though in a few ways it does outshine Android. From any screen, you can swipe to the right to reveal a menu of your subscribed channels, the channel guide, and other content. Google has made some improvements to the video watching experience
Source: The Verge