YouTube for Android beta now available

YouTube for Android beta now availableGoogle has just released a beta version of YouTube for Android aimed at those who wish to test experimental features of the popular video streaming app.

Google released an update on their support page with details on how potential beta testers could sign up and participate in the testing program.

While the beta program is open to all app developers, Google has asked that people do not publicize or share the new features that are being tested until they are announced or ready for public use.

You can become a YouTube for Android beta tester by following these steps:
  • Visit the YouTube for Android beta opt-in page. (You may be required to sign in with your Google account).
  • Select 'Become a tester.'
  • Once selected you will receive an update to YouTube on your mobile device with a new beta version of YouTube for Android.
Keep in mind that you can opt-out of the beta at any time by visiting the links above and selecting 'leave the program.' You can download the latest (public) version of YouTube for Android by following the link below

Download from the Google Play Store
Price Free
Requirements Android

With Google making this announcement today, we cant help but wonder if it had anything to do with the massive outage YouTube faced for over an hour recently.

source - Google | AndroidPolice

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