Google announced today that YouTube for Windows is now available on Windows 10 PCs.
The app will now let you watch and upload videos on your Windows 10 PC, allowing you to use your favorite devices like your phone, tablet, and PC to access the same video library as you would on Android or iOS.
The app was first announced in October, and the feature was added to YouTube for OS X in December, but its availability in the Windows 10 app is the first of its kind to be made available to Windows 10 users.
Google says that users can also access the app from within Windows 10 on their desktop or laptop.
While the app doesn’t have a dedicated video player like YouTube for iOS or Android, YouTube for Linux and Windows 10 already support a built-in video player, called YouTube Player.
YouTube also added a YouTube app for Windows RT, which means that users on those platforms will also be able to access YouTube for Mac OS X. The company also added the ability to add video clips from its popular video-sharing app, Vine, to YouTube as well as other popular video apps like YouTube and Vimeo.
YouTube for Windows and Android users will be able add videos and upload clips to the app, but they’ll need to do so from their Windows 10 desktop or Mac.
If you’re using a Mac, you’ll have to install Vine on your machine before you can do that.
YouTube also has a video player for iOS and Android that’s designed specifically for Windows users, but there’s no word on when it might be added to Windows.
YouTube for Apple has launched a Windows app called YouTube for iPhone that lets you watch videos on any iOS device.
YouTube has also recently launched a Chrome-based video player called YouTube Video.