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Get the official YouTube app for Android phones and tablets. See what the world is watching -- from the hottest music videos to what’s trending in gaming, entertainment, news, and more. Subscribe to channels you love, share with friends, and watch on any device.

With a new design, you can have fun exploring videos you love more easily and quickly than before. Just tap an icon or swipe to switch between recommended videos, your subscriptions, or your account. You can also subscribe to your favorite channels, create playlists, edit and upload videos, express yourself with comments or shares, cast a video to your TV, and more – all from inside the app.

FIND VIDEOS YOU LOVE FAST

• Browse personal recommendations on the Home tab

• See the latest from your favorite channels on the Subscriptions tab

• Look up videos you’ve watched and liked on the Account tab

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• Let people know how you feel with likes, comments, and shares

• Upload and edit your own videos with filters and music – all inside the app
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Arch
Version
DPI
121253130
March 31, 2017
arm
Android 4.1+
nodpi
121253131
April 3, 2017
arm
Android 4.1+
160dpi
121253141
March 31, 2017
arm64
Android 4.1+
160dpi
121253170
April 5, 2017
x86
Android 4.1+
nodpi
121253173
March 31, 2017
x86
Android 4.1+
320dpi
121253180
April 5, 2017
x86_64
Android 4.1+
nodpi
121253183
April 5, 2017
x86_64
Android 4.1+
320dpi
121253630
March 31, 2017
arm
Android 5.0+
nodpi
121253632
April 1, 2017
arm
Android 5.0+
240dpi
121253633
March 31, 2017
arm
Android 5.0+
320dpi
121253634
March 31, 2017
arm
Android 5.0+
480dpi
121253640
March 31, 2017
arm64
Android 5.0+
nodpi
121253641
March 31, 2017
arm64
Android 5.0+
160dpi
121253644
March 31, 2017
arm64
Android 5.0+
480dpi
121253673
March 31, 2017
x86
Android 5.0+
320dpi
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Comments
  • Ricardo
    • Snotbob

      I was wondering this myself. What was especially frustrating for me personally was how I came to discover their inclusion.

      While permission control is great and all, what is NOT great is how none of these new permissions appear when sideloading an apk on a device running 6.0+. Instead of a complete list of old and new permissions as displayed in your screenshots, you’re simply told, this app “does not require any special access.”

      It wasn’t until a few days later when I was disabling my typical screen overlay apps in order to allow an app access to something that I noticed YouTube included among the rest, with the “draw over other apps” permission already granted.

      Am I mistaken, or isn’t “draw over other apps” meant to be disabled by default until the user is prompted to grant the permission? At least, that’s the way it’s been with every other app with runtime permissions.

      This, plus the loads of other new permissions (regardless of their purposes) suddenly being slipped into a single update just feels a little too sneaky for my liking.

      Can anybody shed some light on this matter?

  • Ricardo

    These new builds for Android 5.0+ requires many new permissions in comparison to builds for Android 4.1+. This is since v12.12.53.