YouTube Android App Receives 4K HDR Streaming Support

YouTube Android application has now acquired 4K HDR playback support. 4K help has been available on iOS for some time and now Android clients can likewise watch recordings in 4K HDR, if they are transferred at that goal or higher, and uphold HDR. As of recently, Android clients could just watch recordings on the YouTube application at a greatest 1440p goal. This was the case regardless of whether their presentation upheld higher goals on their telephones, and the video was transferred in 4K. In any case, that has changed with the most recent update for 4K HDR support.

Android clients can now see an extra choice in video quality — 2160p (4K) HDR. This was first spotted by Android Police and is currently appearing on our Samsung Galaxy Note 20 too. To check whether you have YouTube 4K HDR real time uphold on your Android telephone, go to any YouTube video that has been transferred in 4K and snap on the three specks menu symbol on the upper right corner of the video box. Select Quality and you ought to have the option to see 2160p60 HDR as a choice among different goals. The most reduced choice is 144p60 HDR.

Our adaptation of the application (16.06.34), refreshed on February 18, incorporates this update – in the event that you don’t see the element, check to ensure you’re utilizing the most recent rendition on the application. You can check whether you have any forthcoming updates in the Google Play store. In the event that you can’t hold on to get 2160p60 HDR uphold on your Android gadget, you can likewise download the APK Mirror adaptation of the application, and move the component immediately.

Only a couple days prior, YouTube declared a large number of updates to improve the experience for the two makers and watchers on the stage. This incorporates another modernized interface for tablets and an update to its video sections highlight. YouTube additionally reported that it will reveal a TikTok-like YouTube Shorts include in the US beginning this March. The short video highlight has so far been under testing in India.

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