YouTube officials launched a new and improved app today for iPhone and iPod touch users. This new app features a much larger library of videos and new swipe out guide and connectivity with Twitter, Facebook and Google +. YouTube also announced that a version of the app for the Apple iPad is also being developed. YouTube global director of platform partnerships. Francisco Varela, spoke to the Associated Press this morning saying; “We are offering a better user experience to iPhone users. We will now have content parity on all our mobile platforms.” Insiders believe this announcement comes as a preemptive strike to Apple’s announcement of the new iPhone expected to be made tomorrow in San Francisco. Apple has already made the announcement that YouTube will not be the default video on any iOS devices. Google, YouTube’s parent company refused to comment on their timing of the release but did say that they remain committed to giving users the best possible YouTube experience on iOS devices.