Picture-in-picture feature coming to iOS version of YouTube

Google has started testing the picture-in-picture feature on YouTube’s iOS version. The feature, which has been tested with a limited user base for the time being, allows the use of different applications while watching videos. It is currently unknown when the feature will be in use.

US-based technology giant Google has started testing a new feature in the iOS version of the YouTube app. This feature is the picture-in-picture feature that has been available for a long time in the iPad version as well as the Android version of the app. With the launch of this feature, iPhone owners will be able to continue using different applications while watching videos from YouTube.

However, for now, only a limited number of iPhone users have the opportunity to experience this feature. However, the number of iPhone owners who can use this feature will increase day by day, and when the tests are completed, this feature will be available to all users. So, what does the picture-in-picture feature, which has started to be tested on YouTube, offer users?

Using YouTube’s new feature, you can adjust the volume of a video, stop it, and even change the video. The application, which travels around with you when you switch to different applications, aims to improve your user experience. You can watch a screen recording taken by a user using this feature on iPad.

Every good thing has a price

An iPhone user who uses YouTube with the picture-in-picture feature will be able to easily do other things while watching a video. However, it should not be forgotten that every good thing comes with a price. Because not everyone who uses YouTube on their iPhone will be able to experience this feature.

According to preliminary information, YouTube’s new feature will only be experienced by YouTube Premium subscribers. So if you subscribe to YouTube with a monthly fee, you will be able to take advantage of the picture-in-picture feature. YouTube’s free users will not be able to take advantage of this feature. Finally, we must say that it is currently unknown when the feature will be available.

İsmail Akçay

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