YouTube testing ‘Picture-in-Picture’ mode for its iOS app


New Delhi, August 31

Google-owned YouTube has reportedly began testing the ‘Picture-in-Picture’ (PiP) mode for its iOS software.

According to a report in 9TO5Mac, the mode is offered for iPad customers since iOS 9 and Apple has additionally enabled the characteristic for its iPhone vary with iOS 14 replace.

YouTube has began testing native assist for the Picture-in-Picture mode in its iOS app.

The characteristic is just working with a number of movies in the intervening time, that means that YouTube continues to be testing the characteristic with a restricted variety of customers.

Once a person has the mode enabled, it might work identical to in another app that helps it.

One can begin taking part in a video after which shut the app to proceed watching it in a smaller window.

The video floats over the iOS dwelling display or another app the customers are utilizing.

YouTube solely permits customers to playback movies within the background in the event that they subscribe to YouTube Premium, which implies PiP could also be restricted to paying customers.

The service is offered in India for Rs 129 monthly, whereas a household subscription that enables as much as 5 customers will value you Rs 189 a month. — IANS



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