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YouTube gives its iOS app a new look and in-app editing tools

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YouTube has given its iOS app a full facelift, making it look a bit more like its Android counterpart. Now, the main page has three tabs on top: Home, which houses the usual recommended videos/channels, Subscriptions, which lists all the new uploads from the accounts you subscribe to, and Account, which shows a summary of your... account! It also comes with new in-app editing tools that you can use to polish videos to upload whenever you don't have access to professional software. In addition, serious YouTubers can get the refreshed version of the Creator Studio app for an enhanced Analytics section. The latest version's only available for iOS at the moment, but the Google-owned company promises that it'll soon be out on the Play Store.

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