Although you can't argue that YouTube's Android app is bad or lacking essential functionality, there oddly still are quite a few glaring omissions in it when compared to the service's website. Not huge things, mind you, rather small features here and there that have the potential of improving the experience for users.
Thankfully it looks like at least one of these will be rectified in the near future, which is great considering that over half of all YouTube views now come from mobile devices. The enterprising folks over at XDA went digging through the APK for the latest version of the app (11.20.54) and found a few strings that reference additional filters coming to aid in your searches.
This isn't implemented yet, but should be soon, now that those strings are in there. So you will at some point in the future be able to filter your searches by rating, relevance, or view count, or order the search results you get by one of those three metrics. One thing to note, however, is that Google may decide to pull these yet-unreleased features and never actually make the new filters functional in the app. Let's hope that won't be the case though.
Currently in the YouTube app for Android your only options are to filter a search by date, duration, content type, or quality. Those are all useful, of course, but what's coming will make searching for stuff in the app that much easier.
nope, it doesn't have search within channel option. It just searches the complete youtube.
Dammit google why haven't you work on a filter that's coming from channels like watchmojo that I haven't subscribe and will appear at any instant from my phone to pc!
You need to upgrade your phone in order to have that. Get a Windows phone and YT will work in the background, under lock screen, wherever you want. Same with listening to music in the browser. (plus other goodies that are not available on other platf...