Get it while it's hot!
Google has started pushing out a substantial update to their Youtube app. Immediately Youtubers will be greeted by a much sleeker and cleaner interface. Borrowing the cards-like layout of Google Plus, your subscriptions are simply displayed in a scroll-able layout.
Swiping to the right reveals a menu where you can find your uploaded videos, scan through your history and favorites, and search your playlists and "Watch Later" videos. Below, all of your subscriptions are scroll-able, but if you have a lot of subs like I do, expected to scroll a while to get to a specific channel or show.
Three dots at the top of the app hide settings and feedback, allowing you to control connected TV's through a Chromecast or game console. This is also where you can sign out of the app.
The most exciting aspect of this layout change is how the app handles video playback. Now while mobile, users can watch through playlists without interruption, and videos shrink while searching. If you're in the middle of a video and want to queue up the next, the video you're watching drops down into a picture-in-picture style window allowing you to search Youtube without stopping playback. Very handy.
Hit the slideshow for screenshots of the new Youtube app in action!