Upload a Video to YouTube on Android
Edited by Jay
YouTube is by far the biggest and most used video platform on the internet today. Millions of videos are being watched at any given moment of any given day. If you're interested in creating video content, and you hope to have it viewed by a broad audience, YouTube is the best platform to use.
If you're like most people and use your Android device to record video, you'll want to be able to upload to YouTube directly from your phone or tablet. To do so, you'll need the latest version of the YouTube app for Android, and a valid Google account to sign in. Signing in is required to upload, however, you can still watch videos while not logged in.
In this VisiHow article, we're going to walk through the steps for uploading a video from your mobile device. For this guide, we used a Google Pixel running Android 8.1.0, and the YouTube app.
Upload a New Video to YouTube on Android
- 13Next, tap the equalizer icon to the right of the audio preview box, then move the vertical line horizontally to adjust how loud the music will be. If the line is all the way to the left (Original), the music will be inaudible, if the line if all the way to the right (Music) the original sound from the video won't be heard.
Add Tags to Video on YouTube
Change Upload Settings
- 1While Signed in to YouTube, tap the account icon in the top right corner of the screen, then tap "Settings".