Picture-in-picture (or PiP) has been accessible for iPad clients since iOS 9 and Apple has empowered it on iPhone this year with iOS 14. Nonetheless, YouTube has never upheld this component, which permits clients to watch recordings while utilizing different applications.

This may change now as YouTube has begun testing the local picture-in-picture highlight in its iOS application.

As per a few reports on Twitter, picture-in-picture is gradually being turned out to certain clients with the most recent version of the YouTube application for iOS.

Different reports state that the element is just working with a couple of recordings, which may recommend that YouTube is as yet actualizing PiP.

9to5Mac had the option to affirm that the component is for sure being tried with a little gathering of clients.

When you have picture-in-picture empowered, it works simply like in some other application that upholds it. You can begin playing a video and afterward close the application to keep watching it in a littler window. The video drifts over the iOS home screen or some other application you are utilizing.

Unfortunately, YouTube limits video playback out of sight on iOS to YouTube Premium subscribers, which implies that picture-in-picture is additionally confined to clients who pay for premium YouTube highlights. YouTube Premium expenses $11.99 every month in the U.S., however in the event that you buy in through the YouTube application for iOS you will wind up paying $15.99 due to the 30% App Store commission.

It merits referencing that clients with gadgets running iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and tvOS 14 can likewise watch 4K HDR recordings in the YouTube application just because since Apple chose to include uphold for Google’s VP9 codec to their operating systems this year.

Google didn’t state when the company will empower picture-in-picture in the YouTube application on iOS for all clients.

On the off chance that you don’t yet have the picture-in-picture highlight empowered in the YouTube application or in case you’re not a YouTube Premium subscriber, look at our article exhibiting how you can watch YouTube videos in PiP through Safari.

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