Launching back in February of 2015, the YouTube Kids app has been a success, generating more than 70 billion views.
Now, it has gotten even better for parents who want to have more control over what content their kids have access to. The app now allows parents to select their kid’s profile, and handpick which videos, channels, and creators they have access to by pre-approving the content.
YouTube Kids has also rolled out an “Older” version aimed at Tweens which provides games and music for the growing audience.
Do you set parental controls on everything your child uses?