Google is beginning to roll out a redesign of YouTube that makes the video site look a lot more like Google+.
The redesign is available only to a very small pool of people right now taking part in tests being conducted by the company.
A screenshot of the redesign shows YouTube adapting Google+'s style. The black side bar has been ditched for a whiter, simpler lay out. At the same time, the middle feed appears to be wider and include larger video thumbnails. The right sidebar for recommended videos also looks different and now features a video in larger size at the top.
All in all it looks like a cleaner feel, and it follows Google's redesign of Google+, which happened in April. Besides looking like Google+, however, nothing from the screenshot shows the two services are on their way to becoming more integrated.