YouTube looks more Material You on Android TV after update

YouTube looks more Material You on Android TV after update

YouTube gets a little makeover on Android TV. It just looks a little different. A bit of Material YouTube: we wrote about it recently because Google YouTube draws more towards its Pixel design. This will soon also apply to the app of the video platform on Android TV.

YouTube on Android TV

The YouTube app on Android TV and Google TV is now on version 3.0. This makes it much easier to quickly get information about what you are watching. In addition, video titles are no longer in the top left corner, but go to a box with rounded corners (ie Material You) with the name of who uploaded the video, the number of views and the date of posting. They are all above the bar where you can see how long the video will take.

In short, there will be some more courses through YouTube and it is hoped that this will not become annoying. However, it does give space to read a whole description, without leaving the video. The video recommendations you often see below the progress bar are dimmed slightly. However, the buttons for like, dislike, playback speed and playback quality are a little less easily accessible, so count on a few extra presses on the buttons on your remote control.

Material You

It’s not a huge external adjustment: not a complete makeover, but it is a visual choice that brings Material You not only to YouTube, but also more to Android TV and Google TV. In this way, Google is increasingly bringing ‘its’ products together. This new look is currently being rolled out via a new YouTube update on Android TV and Google TV. So you may already be able to see what it looks like live. If not, here are some images (thanks to AndroidPolice).

YouTube looks more Material You on Android TV after update
YouTube looks more Material You on Android TV after update

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