Yesterday, YouTube was Down globally due to some internal issues. YouTube was experiencing a major outage that didn’t allow Youtube users to access anything for more than an hour. However, Youtube resolved that problem and apologized for the inconvenience. Recently, Youtube updated their FAQ page. They provided information about a new beta program for Android users. Furthermore, they unveiled that they have started an official beta program rollout for Youtube Android App.
Youtube Android App Beta Program Is Available For All Developers
Youtube has announced an official Play Store beta program for its Android app. It is basically for those who wish to test experimental features. Hopefully, this version will allow to test out new features, as the Gboard and Chrome teams do. The Youtube Beta Program is available for developers apparently. However, if you want to be a part of this program you can join in by following the steps written below:
- Browse the listing on your smartphone
- Scroll down to find the beta section, or you can simply go to the beta page
- Sign in to your Google Account
- Choose the option “Become a tester”
- Then Follow the onscreen instructions to start using the beta program.
However, it may roll out in phases to all its users. Moreover, Google is also introducing audio streaming and download quality controls for YouTube Music for Android. The new video streaming quality controls will have new options in the Settings menu i.e; low, normal, high and always high. These new options will allow users to choose the quality of Video Content on YouTube just according to their own requirements.