YouTube’s picture-in-picture mode is now available to all iOS users


YouTube is going to roll out picture-in-picture mode for all iOS users. According to TechCrunch’s report, YouTube will initially provide this feature to premium users. Then it will be available to other iOS users.

This feature will first be available for iOS users in the US, according to YouTube. This mode will allow users to watch videos in the mini player while doing other work in the browser.

This feature has already been used by Netflix, Twitch, Amazon Prive Video, Disney Plus and Apple TV. This feature will make it easy to watch videos while doing other things on mobile. It is said that this test will end on October 31 for premium users.

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