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Google Asks Microsoft to Kill Windows Phone YouTube App

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original version, submitted May 15, 2013, 11:02 PM:

Re: If Google made a YouTube app for W8...

Except that that isn't their real logic, their real logic is more like 'we refuse to support Windows Phone because we want to prevent that platform from becoming a threat to us'....

They don't make apps for Blackberry either.....the Blackberry YouTube App is made by Blackberry.

And you know WHY the Windows Phone You Tube App doesn't show ads? Because Google blocks the ads from being shown. Seriously..first they block the ads and then complain when the ads don't show up.

Google is being childish and petty here.

edited May 16, 2013, 12:27 AM to the current version:

Re: If Google made a YouTube app for W8...

Except that that isn't their real logic, their real logic is more like 'we refuse to support Windows Phone because we want to prevent that platform from becoming a threat to us'....

They don't make apps for Blackberry either.....the Blackberry YouTube App is made by Blackberry.

And you know WHY the Windows Phone You Tube App doesn't show ads? Because Google blocks the ads from being shown. Seriously..first they block the ads and then complain when the ads don't show up.

Google is being childish and petty here.

And honestly I hope this goes to court. Google can talk all they want about 'terms of service'....but terms of service are not legally enforceable...and I want to see an official ruling from a court that EULA's are the complete load of crap we all know them to be.

 
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