How to Sign Out of YouTube? (Desktop & Mobile)

How to Sign Out of YouTube? (Desktop & Mobile)

YouTube is a very popular video content platform by Google, which is accessible both on desktop and on mobile devices. You can search and watch videos on YouTube without an account, but having a personal account is highly beneficial to have a customized experience, comment on videos, and upload your own. As it is a Google service, you can easily log in with your Google account to enjoy all the benefits YouTube offers. Keep in mind that you should always log out of your YouTube account if you are using a shared device to protect your privacy. If you are a content manager and upload videos on YouTube for other companies, it is a good idea to use a different account. Here is how to sign out of YouTube.

You can sign out in both ways. The first way is via the desktop. Visit YouTube’s website and start signing out from there. You can try the second way via your mobile device. You can use YouTube’s mobile for signing out as well.

Sign Out of YouTube on Desktop

How to Sign Out Of YouTube on Desktop?

This is what you have to do in order to sign out of your YouTube account on a desktop computer:

  1. Open YouTube.com on your browser
  2. Click the icon with your profile image or letter on the top right corner of the screen. 
  3. Click “Sign Out” at the drop down menu.
Sign Out of YouTube on Mobile

How to Logout from YouTube App on Your Mobile Device?

Steps to log out on an android device:

  1. Open YouTube App
  2. Tap on your profile image on the top right corner.
  3. Tap “Switch Accounts,” and “Manage Accounts”
  4. Select the account you want to remove from your device
  5. Tap “Remove Account”

Steps to log out on iPhone or iPad:

  1. Open YouTube App
  2. Tap on your profile image on the top right corner.
  3. Tap on “Use YouTube Signed Out”

To Conclude How to Sign Out of YouTube

It is practical to have a YouTube account to enjoy all the benefits of this platform, but you may need to sign out if you have a concern about privacy or are managing several accounts. Logging out of YouTube from your mobile or your desktop is fast and easy following the steps listed above. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you use a shared or public device to access your YouTube account or have to upload videos for other companies, it is advised to log out of your account to protect your privacy.

Unfortunately, there is no way of signing out of YouTube on Android devices without logging out from all Google apps like Google Maps or Gmail. An alternative way is to browse YouTube while in the incognito mode on your device. 

No, the YouTube App requires your Google Account to sign in. However, you can browse YouTube videos online without signing in.

Go to the settings on the homepage. Choose the profile you want to delete under ‘My kids,’ enter the password, and tap ‘More’ to delete it.

Go to myaccount.google.com and click on Data and personalization. Then, click on ‘Delete’ to delete your Google account.

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  1. Billie Bates
    Billie Bates

    Last night, I couldn’t sign out of YouTube and couldn’t figure out why. Can’t tell you how thankful I am.