YouTube Android app update comes with easier access to subscriptions

April 5, 2013
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YouTube Android app update

A YouTube Android app update has been made available by the video streaming service (that recently passed the one billion monthly users mark) and, while it doesn’t bring any huge changes, it does include some pretty useful new features.

The Android app allows users easier access to the latest video uploads from channels they’re subscribed to, which is done through the “My subscriptions” feed. The new option, while it may not look like much, brings everything from your channels in one place, so you don’t have too look through all the separate channels. Users will be happy to hear that the new YouTube Android app update also fixes a bug that caused the app to sign out of some accounts at times.

The new update also caters to video creator channels, as it offers YouTube One Channel branding – YouTube’s method of branding channels and making them look similar on all devices, which also includes things like the possibility to have a channel trailer that’s only shown to non-subscribers.

Also included in this update are the customary bug fixes and stability improvements.

Do you think the My subscriptions option in the update will be useful to you?

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