YouTube 17.34.36 APK is Available for Download

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YouTube is receiving a new update that those who are using the famous streaming service on Android should grab. Version 17.34.36 is now available in APK form – both as a simple APK file and as an APK bundle, to be more precise.

Both download options were built on a universal architecture, and you need at least Android 6 in order to be compatible. Of course, anybody nowadays should have an earlier version of Android installed on their phone, as Android 6 came out in 2015.

What’s new

It’s unclear what the new 17.34.36 update brings for YouTube users running the app on Android devices. It’s most likely nothing more than basic improvements and fixes for bugs.

You can get the YouTube app for both a phone and tablet running on the Android operating system. With the app, you can see the latest trends, what certain channels share, and a lot more. You can even use YouTube to share your own content with the world – you can show your followers your amazing talents or even your boring activities, depending on what you wish. That’s the fun aspect of YouTube: people can use it to share videos about just about everything they want.

On YouTube, you can see music clips, cooking recipes, programming lessons, gaming and tech reviews, concerts, stand-up comedy acts, and a lot more. You can use the platform to create your own playlists of what you like – one for your favorite music, another one for gym lessons, and so on.

YouTube also allows you to remain up-to-date with what’s new and fresh on various topics that you’re interested in and on YouTube in general. In other words, you certainly cannot get bored while using YouTube – the streaming service has about 2 billion users.

The download size of the simple APK file version of the new 17.34.36 update is 133.71MB, which means that we should definitely expect some bulky content.

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.