Google is yet to have a native application for desktops as it does for Android and iOS. While this is yet to be implemented, the application, being a Progressive Web Application, can be installed on Windows, using Chrome or Edge browsers.

You may be wondering why you need to install a website since it is not even a native application. Well, YouTube for Web is not just a web application, it is a Progressive Web Application, and as such, gives users the native app experience such as the ability to work offline, notifications, automatic updates, easy installation and installation, and various other features. Installing the web application makes it readily available on your Desktop launcher, making it easy to access.

In this article, we'll walk you through how to install and uninstall the YouTube web app on the Chrome browser.

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