The new logo and icon are rolling out across mobile and desktop starting today. Today, the company has announced the new logo redesign, which still isn't a huge change, along with talking about some of its more recent changes and some of their upcoming changes too.
A new gesture to switch videos with a single swipe is also coming soon, and lastly a revamped area below the video player for improved browsing. What's more, it features a dark theme.
Speaking of this new feature, which now YouTube has taken out of the beta stage to stable version and made it available for its users across the globe on their latest mobile app.More news: Masked Anarchists Attack Pro-Trump Demonstrators in Berkeley
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The mobile app will be receiving a slew of new features, including navigation tabs to the bottom of the screen as well as two new tabs called Library and Account. Soon, the YouTube player will seamlessly change shape to match the video format you're watching, such as vertical, square or horizontal. Vertical videos will have no black bars on the sides, just pure video viewing.
Starting today, the Google-owned video service his rolling out new changes to its user interface starting today, alongside a new logo created to keep the brand legible across both desktop and mobile.
Browser and discover while you watch: Google recently added the ability to let you view a row of suggested videos while watching in full screen. The new logo has a play logo in Red colour with YouTube written next to it in Black colour. Swiping left will let users go back to their previous video, and swiping right will let them go to the next clip.