- Save YouTube playlists and watch them later.
- Continuously play YouTube videos on iOS.
- Search video playlists from YouTube with keywords.
- Passcode protection for parents.
- Support AirPlay.

YouTube playlists are grouped videos usually related to certain topic. There are enormous number of enjoyable playlists on YouTube. Do you want to watch episodes of American Got Talent? There are YouTube playlists for that. Or do you wish to learn how to play the guitar. There's a playlist for that as well. Like music? There are plenty of MJ playlists.

This app let you search and find YouTube playlists like music, TV episodes, cartoons, and much more. The playlists are saved in the app so that you can watch them anytime later. Videos are streamed from YouTube, not downloaded on device.

The app is great for parents too. If your children love YouTube but you don't want them to be exposed everything YouTube has to offer, then this app is what you are looking for.

Parents can search and review YouTube playlists before giving them to kids. Then kids can play by themselves and have hours of entertaining experience. Parents also can lock the search function to prevent kids from adding playlists by themselves. The app also provides a video timer to set a time limit for video viewing. This encourages children to take breaks while watching videos.

Note the playlists are created by millions of YouTube users, not curated by us. Though most of videos are fun to watch, they are not guaranteed to be safe and appropriate to all kids.

What's New

Version 5.6.2

Drop "Top 50".

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
10 Ratings
10 Ratings

Window enlarge button not working in the latest version


It uses to work in the previous version but in the latest version, window enlarge button is no longer work. Also the setting button (gear icon) on the video timeline bar is not working. Please fix this! My son is very upset about this issue.

One Major Problem


This is most definitely a great app, but there is one major problem. In order for the continuous play feature to work, you have to have autoplay turned on. This means that when you open your playlist, it automatically starts playing. Say you want to play a video towards the middle or end of the playlist, what would you normally do? You'd scroll through the playlist to select it, but with the autoplay feature turned on, it automatically goes the next video no matter how many times you quit out of the current video to get to the playlist. I try scrolling down the list, but as soon as I lift my finger off the screen to scroll down again, it starts playing the next video on the list. If you try to turn autoplay off, it also turns off the continuous play feature. This is an issue that should really be addressed.

Does what it says but...

lw yep.

Could allow users to better organize content on home screen. Right now as it stands, the playlists that the parent curates appears on the home screen in no particular order which makes it frustrating for kids and parents to sift through content. It's not in alphabetical order and it's not in download I cannot figure out the math to the madness.

I appreciate being able to delete content off of the playlists I curate for my child. That is why I am upping my review from a 3 to a 4.

If developers could make the home screen organizable/customizable then I would give 5 stars. At minimum I should be able to reorder the playlists on the home screen like I do with apps on the iPad. Folders to group playlists would be 👌👌👌.


Dan Solo LLC
12.6 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Unrestricted Web Access
In-App Purchases
  1. Disable Ads $0.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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