In a bid to localise further, YouTube will start showing more local content to users in India. The service will automatically determine your preferred language based on your watch history, user interface language, and location. Once it does so, it will start highlighting recommendations in that language on your home page as well as the trending page.

YouTube will pull local content from Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu. You also have the option of manually changing your language should you wish to receive recommendations in a particular language.

The update is now live, so if you want to see tailored recommendations in your language, just head to YouTube's trending page.