YouTube 14.08.55 for Android | Latest Version (34 MB)


With Youtube, you can have fun exploring videos you love more easily and quickly than before. Just tap an icon or swipe to switch between recommended videos, your subscriptions, or your account. 

You can also subscribe to your favorite channels, create playlists, edit and upload videos, express yourself with comments or shares, cast a video to your TV, and more – all from inside the app.

YouTube 14.08.55 for Android

About: Youtube is undoubtedly the most popular video sharing website in the world.


App Information


28 March 2019


Varies with device



Current Version

Varies with device

Requires Android

Varies with device

Content Rating

Rated for 12+
Parental guidance recommended

Interactive Elements

Users interact, Digital purchases

Offered By

Google LLC



1.Download videos: By far the most requested feature in YouTube over the years has been a way to download videos for offline viewing. Like background playback, this was only delivered alongside YouTube Red. That means you need a subscription to have access to downloads, but it’s almost worth the price all by itself.

2.Background play: Sometimes you don’t need to see the video part of a YouTube video because the audio is actually what’s of interest. Users had to pester Google for years to get a native background playback option, and it exists now. However, it’s part of the YouTube Red subscription. If you’ve got Red, you can take advantage of this feature. Alternatively, you can turn it off because it can be a little annoying.

3.Double-tap to skip ahead: It can be difficult to get to just the right spot in a video with the inherent inaccuracy of a touchscreen, but YouTube has a little-known feature that can help you get there. All you have to do is double-tap on the video to automatically skip forward 10 seconds. If you find that’s not working well for you, head to the settings and change the skip time.


Q.1 How do I fix my YouTube app?

  1. Restart the YouTube app.
  2. Restart your device.
  3. Turn off and on your mobile data connection.
  4. Clear the YouTube app’s cache.
  5. Uninstall and reinstall the YouTube app.
  6. Update to the newest available version of the YouTube app.
  7. Update to the newest available version of Android.

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