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YouTube rolling out PiP support to non-paying Android users in the US.




YouTube rolling out PiP support to non-paying Android users in the US.




YouTube rolling out PiP support to non-paying Android users in the US.





YouTube rolling out PiP support to non-paying Android users in the US.
Google provide the Picture-in-Picture (PiP) support to the with Android Oreo in last year. Similarly, YouTube also try to bringing support for the feature in its Android app earlier this year. However, developments suggest that YouTube could now be rolling out PiP support widely to non-paying Android users in the US. An official Google support page states that YouTube PiP are available in the US on Android mobile devices running Android 8.0 Oreo or above.
YouTube also testing Picture-in-Picture (PiP) on its desktop version. On desktop, the feature is said to be accessible on Google Chrome and Safari browsers.
In order to use the feature, users must ensure that PiP mode is turned on both in the YouTube app's settings as well as the smartphone's Settings. Once done, simply tap the Home button during video playback to activate PiP mode. The report by XDA Developers states that the feature has been spotted on the YouTube Android app by multiple users in the US.





YouTube rolling out PiP support to non-paying Android users in the US. YouTube rolling out PiP support to non-paying Android users in the US. Reviewed by teja tech views on June 28, 2018 Rating: 5

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