Approved Content Option For Youtube Kids Will Help Parents To Control Their Watch

YouTube announced two updates to their YouTube Kids app. The updates will help to improve the user experience for the millions of children and parents who use the application. The biggest update of Youtube Kids App was first introduced in April. In a blog post, Youtube announced the rollout of the approved content option. Now the parents can handpick videos for their children using the newly introduced Approved Content Option For Youtube Kids.

Approved Content Option For Youtube Kids Will Allow Parents To Handpick Videos For Their Kids

All the Android users around the world can handpick different videos or a channel for their child. The kid will be able to watch that specific channel or video which has been set by his/her parents. This will be all possible if you enable the approved content option present under the Content Level Settings.

Parents can now manually select what content is delivered to their children via the YouTube Kids app. Parents can also include playlists for their children such as PBS Kids, Sesame Street etc. However, there are still two other options. Parents can select “younger” or “Older” option that opens up age-appropriate content geared towards the interest of children.

Furthermore, this update is available for the Android Users yet. However, this ability is forthcoming soon to users on iOS devices.

Also Read: YouTube Dark Theme Now Rolling Out on Android

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