YouTube 17.34.35 beta APK is Up for Grabs


YouTube 17.34.35 beta is available now via APKMirror for those willing to install the latest update of the omnipresent streaming service. The update is available in two download options, a simple APK file and an APK bundle of 27 splits. You can choose either of them that suits you the best.

Both download options for YouTube 17.34.35 beta were built on a universal architecture. You should be able to install either one of them with no problems, considering that the minimum accepted version of Google’s OS for mobile devices is Android 6.

As for what the update brings new, things aren’t too clear in this area. The “what’s new” section of the update at APKMirror isn’t telling us anything else except this:

For new features, look for in-product education & notifications sharing the feature and how to use it!

You can watch YouTube videos from pretty much any device that’s able to connect to the internet, whether we’re talking about phones, tablets, laptops, etc.

The YouTube app’s description sounds like this via APKMirror:

Get the official YouTube app on Android phones and tablets. See what the world is watching — from the hottest music videos to what’s popular in gaming, fashion, beauty, news, learning and more. Subscribe to channels you love, create content of your own, share with friends, and watch on any device.

If you’re into music, YouTube can give you entire playlists of the artists and genres that you love. Movie trailers for just about any production are also there. If you have something extraordinary to show to the world, such as an amazing talent, you can definitely present it by uploading your own videos to YouTube!

Feel free to tell us if you’ve installed the new YouTube 17.34.35 beta update and what you find new and interesting in it!

Cristian Antonescu
Cristian is in love with technology as many of us. He has a vast experience as a content writer in the field. He's involved especially in the gaming area, where he covers the latest news in open-world, role-playing, and first-person shooter titles.