Download & Install YouTube 6.0.11 APK with Material Design

With the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop, major Google apps also being updated after some time, such as Google Play, Gmail,  Play Books, Play Music and more received refreshed UIs bringing material design within these apps to blend with the latest Android firmware version. But YouTube update was missing, and the users were eagerly waiting for this app. However, finally, the most awaited YouTube app update rolled out with Material design yesterday.

The updated YouTube 6.0.11 comes with Material design and Google provided coloured toolbars, rounded avatars and a big drawer. The latest version also brings a new launcher icon. The Channels Panel in the updated YouTube app comes with more particular attention with the help of Lollipop API pulling colours from Channel to App top toolbar. So if you want to download and install updated YouTube 6.0 APK then here we’ve given the direct download link and installation instructions.

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  • File name: com.google.android.youtube-6.0.11-60011301-minAPI15.apk
  • Version: 6.0.11
  • File size: 11.1 MB
  • Minimum Android version: Android 4.0.3+ (Ice Cream Sandwich, API 15)
  • MD5: 9f6075f4c561792e48354277b46a6810.

How To Download & Install YouTube 6.0.11 APK:

Step No 1: – Download Youtube 6.0.11 apk

Step No 2: – Now connect your Android device to your computer.

Step No 3: – Transfer the.APK file to the SD card or Internal memory of your phone.

Step No 4: – Disconnect your phone from the PC.

Step No 5: – Check to allow “Unknown Sources” from Settings > Security.

Step No 6: – Find the.APK file on your phone and tap to install it.

Step No 7: – If prompted to select installer, navigate to select “Package Installer“. Proceed with the installation.

Done! You’ve installed YouTube 6.0.11 APK on your Android device successfully. Share your thoughts and ideas with us in the comments section below.

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About the Author: Aamir Jamal

An Android Geek and audiophile who love to read and write reviews/tutorials about gadgets and new tech stuff. He has written 1045 guides and other posts.

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