Google’s child friendly app for YouTube has been out in the US for quite some time now, and now it has finally decided to make its way across the pond and to other regions.

Called YouTube Kids it is designed to allow parents to give their children access to YouTube, but in a manner where they can only watch videos, channels and shows that are rated for children.

This is extended via the search in the app, which will not show any results to videos that don’t meet those terms, and is backed up by in-built parental controls that all you to set how long your kids can use the app for.

And Google has even added customised ads to the service, meaning that the ads will actually relate to children.

Google says that this app has been downloaded more than 10 million times since it launched in the US, a number which is set to go even higher now thanks to its release in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia.

You can find out more details about the app and download it via the Google Play Store link below.

Source: Google

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