If for some reason you missed it, LazyWorm Apps' highly acclaimed Metrotube recently made a big splash as it returned to the Marketplace, nearly seven months after it was pulled. Of course we all know the reasons as to why LazyWorm chose to remove the app in the first place -- to seek out a reliable way to stream videos without the app breaking constantly -- but it appears they've decided to put up with it.
Shortly after version 3.1's release a week ago, users discovered a bug where choosing to stream the low quality video option would crash the app. According to the developers, this was yet another headache associated with the use of the undocumented APIs that make all of Metrotube's functionality possible. Now we're happy to report that the latest update -- version 3.2 -- is now live and available in the Marketplace.
So far we don't know if there's anything else to be found in this update, and we've reached out to LazyWorm for any extra info. For the most part though, this looks like a simple bugfix release so pick it up if you need it by clicking on the tile/link below or by scanning the QR code to the right.
Via: @Metrotube (Twitter)
by LazyWorm Apps