YouTube redesigns app, launches new mobile ad format

Any expert can tell you that an ever-growing number of millennials and Gen Z’ers are opting to watch videos on mobile platforms. So it stands to reason that YouTube, a video juggernaut with hordes of young users, would spruce up its mobile app. Launched yesterday, the redesigned YouTube app features larger images, and an icon highlighting a video’s creator. The company is also debuting a reconfigured recommendation engine, which is designed to be better at making recommendations based on a user’s specific tastes. The app is available for both iOS and Android.

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