YouTube has finally released the redesigned version of its iOS app, after months of testing and tweaking. The new version takes cues from the Material Design-inspired Android counterpart and also comes with in-app video editing tools to make videos. Here's how the official changelog sounds like:
"The redesigned YouTube app makes it easier to find what you love. Now your recommended videos, favorite channels, and subscriptions can be accessed by tapping each icon or swiping your screen. You can also create fun videos on the fly with new in-app editing tools."
The new app for iOS users is now divided into three sections: Home, Subscriptions and Account. Home, like the YouTube web homepage, delivers suggestions and features videos from YouTube accounts that a user may have viewed recently. Subscriptions is a stream of videos from YouTube accounts a user may subscribe to and Account allows you to access History, Likes, the Watch later feature and Playlists.
The new app also features new editing tools, allowing you to trim a video, as well as add filters and music to it. The updated YouTube app for iOS is now available in the App Store for free, so go ahead and follow the link from below to download it.