You can now download YouTube app for Android on Google Play Store as the latest update adds bottom navigation bar as well as revamped UI to the application. Here are the details.
YouTube for Android update brings with it a refreshed user interface and an all new bottom navigation bar, aiming to make it pretty easier for users to reach the tabs with your thumb.
The update divided in two “Account” and “Library” in order to make it simpler to find what you looking for. Your playlists, watch history, uploads category will now finds its place under Library section whereas the Account section will comprise of Account and Settings functions.
While the navigation bars are visible on all pages so that you can quickly go through one of the main tabs seamlessly.
The app also remembers where you left off on each tab. For example, when you scroll down to the Home feed, going through to your Subscriptions tab, and then returning to Home, you can easily pick up where you were left. The new navigation feature is already available on iOS and is significantly rolling out to Android.
After testing it for an year, Google has finally made YouTube for Android’s design makeover official. Eralier placed at the top of the screen, now, brings it to the bottom half just like on the iOS counterpart of the app. The redesign is claimed to allow for easier navigation within the app.
With the YouTube for Android update, the size of the top navigation bar has now been reduced substantially, while the upload button, which was earlier a floating one, has now been shifted to the top bar. Other options in the top bar include the ones for casting videos and for searching them on the platform. Notably, the update to YouTube for Android brings separate sections as aforementioned.
A new look for YouTube’s Android App:
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