YouTube watchers on Symbian and Windows Mobile will want to update their applications to 2.4, as the latest version includes suggested search results, account support so you can access favourites and subscriptions, and a redesigned home screen. While the account support lets you to access everything you’ve established on a PC, I’m curious if you could mark favourites, add subscriptions, or leave comments; if not, they would be nice features for a future release.
The Symbian app first came out around this time last year, and proceeded to enjoy fresh language and 5th. edition support and compatibility with touch devices. Both the S60 and Windows Mobile app seem to be going down the development path hand-in-hand, as the WinMo app was released right after the Symbian one, though not updated quite as often.
If you’re interested, both YouTube apps for Windows Mobile and S60 can be picked by visiting m.youtube.com/app in your respective mobile web browsers.