YouTube says picture-in-picture will hit all iOS 15 devices in the coming days


If you do not but have YouTube picture-in-picture in your Apple machine, you will quickly. YouTube has told users PiP must be out there “in a matter of days” throughout all devices working iOS 15 or later. As with different apps that assist PiP on iOS, this will allow you to hold a floating video window pinned to your display when you shift your focus to different actions.

The function has been a very long time in coming. YouTube stated it was first rolling out PiP to Premium subscribers in June of final year, with plans to ultimately convey the perk to all viewers. Some customers discovered workarounds (equivalent to utilizing the cell web site) shortly after Apple enabled PiP with iOS 14, however that performance rapidly disappeared.


YouTube is comparatively late when Disney+, Netflix, Twitch and others enabled PiP inside months. Nonetheless, it stays a big improve. You will not need to confine your self to YouTube’s app simply to make amends for your video queue, and it must be that a lot simpler to make use of the service as a jukebox with out subscribing to YouTube Music.

Are you utilizing an iOS smartphone? If so, the Picture-in-Picture function continues to be rolling out & will be out there in a matter of days throughout all iOS 15+ devices. Tweet again @ us if wanted.

— CrewYouTube (@CrewYouTube) April 10, 2022

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