We think it’s safe to say that YouTube is the world’s most popular streaming platform. After all, everyone goes to YouTube whenever they want to watch some interesting videos, documentaries or even to listen to new music. Taking into consideration the fact that YouTube is being used by more than one billion people daily, then no one should be shocked to find out that the video streaming app is updated on a regular basis.
The developers who are in charge of YouTube’s performances want to make sure that the app’s software stability is always at top-notch levels and they do this by releasing a constant stream of updates. Therefore, today we are going to take a closer look at YouTube’s latest update which has arrived earlier this morning.
YouTube 14.25.53 Beta
The new update for YouTube sports the 14.25.53 beta and everyone who uses an Android-powered smartphone and is enrolled in the beta program is scheduled to receive today. Those who don’t have YouTube beta accounts, they should be pleased to find out that creating a beta account for the video streaming platform is super simple and everyone can do it in less than five minutes.
On the other hand, we do need to mention that there is an alternative way to download the new update. The alternative way is to download the new update in the form of APK (Android Package Kit). Although, installing this type of updates can be quite tricky because they are not compatible with all types of Android-powered smartphones.
The tricky part about installing APK releases is that YouTube fans are first required to head over to their smartphone’s Settings panel and then access to the Privacy tab. From here, YouTube fans need to find the “Unknown Sources” option and to enable it.
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