YouTube Premium on a Galaxy S9Source: Joe Maring / Android Central

After being limited to users in India for six months, YouTube Shorts finally launched in beta in the U.S. earlier this year. YouTube has now started to roll out its TikTok rival to all creators in the U.S. Along with a wider rollout, the short-form video platform is also gaining a bunch of new features.

The rollout was confirmed by YouTube in its latest Creator Insider video. According to the video, all YouTube creators in the U.S. are expected to gain access to Shorts over the coming week. To help make Shorts more popular, the platform is also gaining support for 60-second-long videos, new filters and effects, as well as a dedicated Shorts tab in the YouTube mobile app. You’ll be able to access all these new features on any modern Android or iOS device, not just the best Android phones.

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