YouTube for Android updated (10.10) with filter for 4K videos

YouTube for Android updated (10.10)YouTube for Android has been updated to version 10.10 which includes some visual tweaks and adds the new 4K video search filter. Besides that, it seems to be a minor update, which will likely offer other bug fixes and performance improvements one would expect from each release.

The official YouTube for Android app allows you to stay connected to your YouTube account on your smartphone or tablet. You can catch up on the hottest music videos or see what’s trending in gaming, entertainment, news, and more. Subscribe to channels you love, share with friends, and watch on any device.

You can download the update directly on your Android device through the Google Play Store or by using the following link:

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Price Free
Requirements Varies with device

You can also download the official APK using the following link. This APK is signed by Google and upgrades your existing app. The cryptographic signature guarantees that the file is safe to install and was not tampered with in any way. Rather than wait for Google to push this download to your devices, which can take days, download and install it just like any other APK.

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The 4K search, like any other video filter, it can be enabled after performing a keyword search, at which point there's an icon to the right of the search box that can be used to access the list of filters. Once the 4K checkbox is turned on, press OK and the list of results will refresh with the new criteria.

Google also recently introduced 360-degree videos on YouTube with support on both the YouTube website and Android app. However a filter for these type of videos has still not been included in the YouTube app.

The most notable visual tweaks came to the upload screen, for those who care enough about this sort of thing. Dimensions have been slightly adjusted to give a few more pixels to the trim function, and the icon to initiate a video upload has been replaced with a right-facing arrow like you might see in the Hangouts app when there's a message to send.

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