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Ryken Studios has pushed out a new update for its MyTube Beta app for Windows 10 Mobile, PC and Xbox One. MyTube Beta is a third-party YouTube app for Windows 10 Devices and has just got better with the latest update, the developers have pushed out some major new features and bug fixes.

The App has been updated to new version The update comes with adjustment to the Display mode and more. The developer team has fixed a bug which caused 720p to not appear in some videos.

Users will now find a new “Join the beta” button added to the settings menu. This button will be visible and useful for users who aren’t in the beta. The developer team has also added “Audio” as a default quality option which can be found in the app’s settings menu.

You will now be able to disable and enable background playback in the settings for both Mobile and PC app. The Quality/options menu in the playback control will now remain open for both Mobile and PC users when ever the pointer movement is detected.

Xbox users have complained of issues with the options menu in the playback controls which automatically got hidden when trying to select an option. This issue for the Xbox users has now been fixed with the latest update.

A new tooltips option has been added to the menu icons in the playback controls for Xbox one users along with setting the quality limit back to 1080p on the original Xbox One and Xbox One S.

The developers in the previous update have fixed issues with the theater mode on PCs along with fixing issues for the app being stuck in PIP mode.

The latest update is a major update with new additions and fixes to the MyTube Beta app on PC, Mobile and Xbox One. The update is currently live and you can download the app from the below Windows Store link.

Download MyTube Beta for Windows 10

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