Added basic channel subscription and feed pages (#620 )
Add search and watch history (#626 )
Introduced RxJava and Room persistence
Updated ExoPlayer to r2.5.1 (#656 )
Very basic playlist support
It only supports list the videos from the playlists at this moment
Added option to ignore permanent audio focus loss (#624 )
Add download filename preferences (#636 )

Prevent "time links" from being clicked (#633)
Android O Notification Building Fix (#655)

Upgrade target sdk and support library version to 26 (#642)
Improve InfoListAdapter
Nicer animation for inserting data
Refactor settings
Split settings into different screens, making it easier to use
Remove unused NetCipher library
This release does not have a Play Store Description, so we grabbed one from version 0.8.10:

NewPipe: A free lightweight Youtube frontend for Android.


NewPipe does not use any Google framework libraries, or the YouTube API. It only parses the website in order to gain the information it needs. Therefore this app can be used on devices without Google Services installed. Also, you don't need a YouTube account to use NewPipe, and it's FLOSS.


Search videos
Display general information about a video
Watch YouTube videos
Listen to YouTube videos (experimental)
Select the streaming player to watch the video with
Download videos
Download audio only * Open a video in Kodi
Show Next/Related videos
Search YouTube in a specific language
Watch age restricted material
Display general information about channels
Search channels
Coming Features

Orbot/Tor support
View history
Search history
Subscribe to channels
Watch videos from a channel
Search/Watch Playlists
Queeing videos
... and many more
Multiservice support

Although NewPipe only supports YouTube at the moment, it's designed to support many more streaming services. The plan is, that NewPipe will get such support by the version 2.0.
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September 26, 2017
Android 4.0.3+
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