Starting next month, YouTube’s new desktop interface will be mandatory, whether you like the redesign or not. It’s currently possible to switch between the old and new looks, but from March onwards, Google is killing off the classic look for good.
As 9to5Google explains, Google has been tweaking YouTube’s design since 2017, adding and changing elements to fit with its Material Design principles. Other apps including Gmail and Google Calendar received a makeover back in 2018, so it’s surprising that it’s taken so long for the new-look YouTube to become permanent.
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