Google hasn't released an official app for the iPad. Here are five alternatives that may be just as good — if not better.
Although the YouTube app got an upgrade for iOS 6, when Apple removed it from the list of pre-installed apps, it was only made available for the iPhone. This move, naturally, has left many iPad users feeling frustrated, and wondering when Google is going to get around to releasing a version for the bigger screen.
The bad news is, we don't know. We expected it long before now. The good news is that there are plenty of good alternatives available, both paid and free, that are much better than the current option of opening YouTube in Safari — maybe even better than the official app itself.