Version: 1.05.5 (70505000)
34.81 MB (36,497,871 bytes)
Min: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean, API 16)
Target: Android 5.0 (Lollipop, API 21)
Uploaded February 23, 2015 at 9:30PM UTC by Robert
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APK Notes:

The official YouTube Kids app is designed for curious little minds. This free app is delightfully simple and packed full of age-appropriate videos, channels, and playlists. YouTube Kids features popular children’s programming, plus kid-friendly content from filmmakers, teachers, and creators all around the world.
We’ve taken out the complicated stuff and made an app even little ones can navigate — that means big buttons, easy scrolling, and instant full-screen.
Kids can enjoy favorites like Sesame Street, Thomas & Friends, and Dreamworks, online hits like Mother Goose Club, TuTiTu, and Super Simple Songs, plus anything else they’re into — music, gaming, science, crafts, and more.
We’re as focused on kids’ safety as you are, so we’ve built the YouTube Kids app to be a family-friendly place to explore.
When your child browses the app’s home screen, they’ll find a vast selection of kid-appropriate channels and playlists. When families search in the app, we use a mix of input from our users and automated analysis to categorize and screen out the videos that make parents nervous.
And for added peace of mind, parents can quickly notify YouTube if they see anything questionable directly from the app.
You can turn off search for an even more contained experience. Or set the built-in timer to let your kids know when it’s time to stop watching (so you don’t have to). The app puts these settings behind a grown-ups-only lock, out of kids’ reach.
YouTube Kids. Made for curious little minds.

This release does not have a Play Store Description, so we grabbed one from version 3.20.3:

A world of learning and fun, made just for kids

We created YouTube Kids to make it safer and simpler for kids to explore the world through online video – from their favorite shows and music to learning how to build a model volcano (or make slime ;-), and everything in between. There’s also a whole suite of parental controls, so you can tailor the experience to your family’s needs.

A safer online experience for kids

We use a mix of filters, user feedback and human reviewers to keep the videos in YouTube Kids family friendly. But no system is perfect and inappropriate videos can slip through, so we’re constantly working to improve our safeguards and offer more features to help parents create the right experience for their families.

Get the scoop on all the control features available to you:

Create up to eight kid profiles, each with their own viewing preferences, video recommendations, and settings.

Find a video or channel you don’t want your kid to watch? Block it to automatically remove it from all of your kids’ profiles.

Alert us immediately by reporting videos that shouldn’t be in the app. The video will be sent to us for fast review.

Turn search on so kids can access more videos. Turn search off for a more contained experience.

Set up a timer to put limits on how long your kids can play with the app.

Keep tabs on what your kids are watching in the app.

Gather your family and enjoy YouTube Kids on select TVs

For more information, visit

Other important information:
Parental setup is needed to ensure the best experience possible for your kid.

YouTube Kids contains paid ads in order to offer the app for free. Your kid may also see videos with commercial content from YouTube creators that are not paid ads.

Important information for parents with Family Link Google accounts.
You can create Google Accounts for kids under the age of 13 in Family Link. Your kids can sign into YouTube Kids with their Google Account. You can access parental settings in the Family Link app and enable an additional content level setting in our app. Opt into an “older” setting if you feel your kid is ready for less restricted videos. These videos may contain some explicit language and imagery, violence and suggestive content. In addition, this setting tries to exclude mature content, but no automated system is perfect and your kid may find content with nudity, highly offensive language, and extreme violence.

The Privacy Notice for Google Accounts created in Family Link describes our privacy practices when your kid uses YouTube Kids with their Google Account. When your kid uses YouTube Kids without signing into their Google Account, the YouTube Kids Privacy Notice applies.

This release may come in several variants. Consult our handy FAQ to see which download is right for you.

February 23, 2015
Android 4.1+
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  • Tony Damiani

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  • Pedrooh Alcânntara

    Esse site é perfeito (y)

  • WerewolferX

    Only for Jellybean abd up… Not working on cheap tablets.

    • Oliver Bastholm

      Because cheap tablets have to have a nearly 4 year old OS?

  • Daz Fasta

    Oh, nice

  • Awadh Wedaan


  • Burl House

    Country restrictive, not offered in Canada

  • C.

    Can’t sideload the .all file to my kindle hd 7. Gives me an alert. There is a problem parsing the package. I had previously allowed the ability to install from unknown parties/sources.

    • C.

      I meant .apk file

  • Adam Totsy

    This is similar to an application I have been using for a while now and I am happy with it.
    It is called “Totstube Free” and It is available on both Google Play and the app store..

    Apple App Store:

    Google Play:

  • Sarfaraz Habib

    Not available in India

  • aya

    Why is not available on my country :(((

  • Nouhaila Fikri

    Not available in Morocco.

  • butterdaisy

    Need this for the kindle fire HDX.

  • mikiex

    An alternative, especially if you have older kids is YouTuze, where you can add any channel or playlists you like.