YouTube for Android TV  YouTube for Android TV

YouTube your way on the biggest screen in the house, from a playlist of music videos to your favorite comedy channels. Finding something to watch is simple with voice search. Use your TV remote control to type your search keywords and enjoy all your favorite videos directly on your TV.

Application Controls

Pause/resume : pause or resume the video.
Forward : select to fast forward by 10 seconds.
Rewind : select to rewind by 10 seconds.
Next : jump to the next video in a playlist.
Back : go back to the previous video in a playlist.
Report : report the video for inappropriate content.
CC : if the video has captions, select this to view the video's closed captions.

Additionally, when signed in to YouTube, the player controls bar will also allow you to perform the following actions:
Subscribe/unsubscribe : add or remove the channel from your subscriptions. You can find all of your subscriptions, listed alphabetically, under the Subs tab.

Channel : jump to the channel page for the current video.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to sign in to the YouTube app

If you're signed in to your Android TV with your Google account, you will automatically be signed in to the YouTube app. If you aren't signed in to your Android TV, you need to :
Go to the Home screen of your Android TV.
Select Settings.
Choose Add account.
Follow the instructions on screen to sign in with your Google account.
In the YouTube app, navigate to the Guide located on the left side of the screen and click Sign in.

How to Set up your Android TV and remote

After you get your Android TV, you’ll need to set it up and connect your remote.
Before you start Check that you have:
A Wi-Fi internet connection, A Google Account, If your TV doesn't have Android TV built in, you'll need:
An external device with Android TV
One TV or monitor that has HDMI ports and supports HDCP
One HDMI cable

How to sign out to the YouTube app

Open the Guide, click on your account, and choose Sign out from the window that opens. Even though you've signed out of the YouTube app, you will still be signed in to your Google account on your Android TV. If you'd like to sign out of your Android TV or if you'd like to sign in with a different account:
Go to the Home screen of your Android TV.
Select Settings.
Choose Remove account.
Now you can sign in to a different Google account by selecting Add account.

If you're having trouble signing up or logging in to YouTube on Android TV, you may be signed into a Brand Account. Brand Accounts are not compatible with the newest version of YouTube on Android TV. You'll need to use a different Google account to sign up and log in to YouTube on Android TV.

How to identify if you have a Brand account

A Brand Account is an account that can be used with Google services, like YouTube, to create an online brand presence. You could have a brand account if you have more than one YouTube channel, or previously had a legacy YouTube account. If you're not sure if you have a Brand Account, visit the Brand Accounts page. You'll see any existing Brand Accounts listed under "Your Brand Accounts."

Turn off video recommendations

If you’d like to remove YouTube recommendations from your Android TV Home screen, you can turn off notifications.

From Android TV's Home screen, scroll down to Settings.
Select Settings and under "Device" select Apps.
Find and select the YouTube app.
From the list that opens, select Notifications.
Select Off.

Watch YouTube on TV with Chromecast, Cast, and Airplay

You can use your phone, tablet, or computer to control the YouTube experience on TV, using the Cast icon to Cast or Airplay. If you're casting from a mobile device, make sure to download the YouTube app. Casting from youtube.com in a mobile web browser is not currently supported.

If you don’t have a smart TV or other casting device, you need to set up Chromecast to cast YouTube from your mobile device, tablet, or computer to your TV.
Make sure your phone, tablet, or computer is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your TV device.
If Chromecast or Airplay is available, you'll see the Cast icon on the video player.
Note that Airplay is available only on iOS.
Select the Cast icon to Cast or Airplay.

Sign in to YouTube on Apple TV

The YouTube app is available in the App Store for Apple TV (4th and 5th generations). This version of the YouTube app, which includes new features like video previews, makes it easier than ever to find popular content across YouTube on topics like comedy, gaming, news, and more.

To Sign in with your mobile device
Make sure your mobile device is on the same Wi-Fi network as your TV.
Sign in to the YouTube app on your phone.
Go to the Sign in screen in the YouTube app on your TV.
The YouTube app on your TV will automatically search for your mobile device. Once they are paired, you will see a notification on your mobile screen that says Tap to begin TV sign in. Tap the account icon .
Tap Continue as .
On the "Allow Account Access" screen, tap Allow.
A notification on your mobile screen will let you know that "You are signing in to your TV," then that "You're now signed in to the TV."

To Sign in on your TV
Step 1: Find the activation code and sign in
Navigate to the Sign in screen in the YouTube app and stay on this screen until you've completed the remaining steps.
Visit youtube.com/activate on your computer or mobile device.
Sign in when prompted. If you have multiple Google accounts, please select the account you use with YouTube. If you're already signed in, skip to the steps below.
Step 2: Select your channel
After signing in, you may be presented with a list of Google identities associated with your YouTube account.
Step 3: Complete the activation process
Once you've selected an account, enter the activation code shown in the YouTube app on your TV.
Click Allow access and wait for the confirmation screen in the app.

How to Add other devices to your Android

You can connect wireless keyboards, game controllers, and other devices to your Android TV.

Pair a Bluetooth device
On your Android TV, go to the Home screen.
Scroll down and select Settings Settings.
Under "Remote and accessories," select Add accessory Add accessory. On your TV or monitor, you’ll see a list of nearby devices.
Put your device in pairing mode. Your device will be added to the on-screen list.
Select your device.
If your Bluetooth device won’t connect
Turn off your device, and then turn it back on. After your device is reset, try to pair it again.
Unplug your Android TV for 10 seconds, and then plug it back in. When your Android TV is on, try to pair it again.
Check if your device connects to other devices, such as a phone or tablet.
If your device connects to other devices: Reset your Android TV to factory settings. For help, contact the Android TV manufacturer.
If your device doesn’t connect to other devices: Check that your device has up-to-date software. For help, contact your device’s manufacturer.

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App Permissions

This app has access to:
Identity
find accounts on the device
Microphone
record audio
Wi-Fi connection information
view Wi-Fi connections
Contacts
find accounts on the device
read TV channel/program information
write TV channel/program information
change your audio settings
full network access
view network connections
run at startup
use accounts on the device
read Google service configuration

All VARIANTS
(arm) (Android 4.2+)
Latest: 1.3.11 on April 19, 2016
armeabiAndroid 4.2+
(arm-v7a) (Android 5.0+)
Latest: 2.07.02 on July 21, 2019
armeabi-v7aAndroid 5.0+
(arm64-v8a) (Android 5.0+)
Latest: 2.07.02 on July 15, 2019
arm64-v8aAndroid 5.0+
(x86) (Android 5.0+)
Latest: 2.07.02 on July 15, 2019
x86Android 5.0+
(x86_64) (Android 5.0+)
Latest: 2.02.08 on January 30, 2018
x86_64Android 5.0+

Conclusion

To conclude YouTube for Android TV works on Android operating system and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to Freeware license. YouTube for Android TV download file is only 8.1 MB  in size.
YouTube for Android TV was filed under the Entertainment category and was reviewed in softlookup.com and receive 5/5 Score.
YouTube for Android TV has been tested by our team against viruses, spyware, adware, trojan, backdoors and was found to be 100% clean. We will recheck YouTube for Android TV when updated to assure that it remains clean.

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Popularity 10/10 - Downloads - 9 - Score - 5/5



Category: Entertainment 
Publisher: Google LLC
Last Updated: 09/20/2019
Requirements: Android 4.2+
License: Freeware
Operating system: Android
Hits: 1158
File size: 8.1 MB 

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