If you're an iPhone user you probably know that Apple decided to cut native support for YouTube with iOS 6. That is the operating system expected to be on the next generation iPhone rumored to be launching tomorrow. To combat the problem with no more native support, YouTube has launched its official app for the iPhone and the iPod Touch.
The app has a beefed up search function to make it easier to find videos and makes auto suggestions as you type. The app also allows you to view related videos, comments, and more details on the video you're watching while the video plays. The app also allows you to share videos you find via twitter, Facebook, e-mail, text, and Google+. The app is available for download right now.