If you’ve ever been in a place without Internet and wanted to watch Youtube, you would have likely been frustrated. Not anymore though; the Google-owned company announced today that they’ll let users “add videos” to their mobile devices for offline viewing. The idea is that commuting through limited service spots doesn’t mean that you’ll lose out on the morning’s worth of content. Though Youtube doesn’t quite specify how the service will work, it is reported that users will be able to save videos for up to 48 hours for later viewing. It could mean a very different commute for many.