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Youtube reopens PiP for iOS without Premium subscription

The Picture-in-Picture feature on the YouTube app will be rolling out to all iOS 15 users over the next few days.

Apple introduced the Picture-in-Picture (aka picture-in-picture) feature when it launched iOS 14 in 2020, allowing users to multitask while watching videos as a minimized window somewhere on the screen. screen.

By August 2021, this feature will begin to be tested by Google on the YouTube app for iOS and iPadOS, but limited to those who have subscribed to the YouTube Premium paid service plan.

Last weekend, YouTube removed information about the Picture-in-Picture feature from the test site. "Lucky" users who have enabled this feature in advance can continue to use it as usual. However, if you haven't enabled it in beta, you won't be able to use PiP on the YouTube iOS app for now, even if you're already a Premium member.

However, this is probably good news for those who are using iPhone and iPad. In an article posted on Twitter, YouTube has just confirmed that it will officially roll out the Picture-in-Picture feature on iOS devices via the app in the next few days, available to all devices running iOS. 15 and up.

This also means that the Picture-in-Picture feature will probably roll out to both "free" and "paid" people as Google promised before, as long as the iOS device they're using. The application is updated to the iOS 15 operating system.

On September 17, 2020, iOS users were officially updated to iOS 14 with many new features. One of which the Picture-in-Picture feature is most awaited by ifan followers. So what is the Picture-in-picture feature on iPhone? How to use it. Let's find out more details in the article below!

What is picture-in-picture?

Picture-in-Picture (PiP) is a feature used to view videos in a small window on the phone, while still being able to do other operations. This feature was released exclusively by Apple on the iPad.

Up to now, this feature has been provided to iOS 14 users on iPhone and has added interesting features.

List of applications that support the PiP feature:

Currently, this feature is only available on the iOS version, so there are still quite a few applications that support the PiP feature, but in the future there will be many applications for this feature:

Here is a list of apps that support the PiP . feature

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Instructions on how to enable Picture-in-picture feature on iPhone:

For devices that have been updated to iOS 14, you just need to enable this feature as follows:

Step 1: First, go to Settings >> Select General.

Step 2: At General Settings, scroll down and select Picture in picture.

Step 3: Turn on Start PiP automatically.

To use the Picture-in-Picture feature, do the following:

Step 1: You create a video from an application that supports the PiP feature. Example: Music app on iPhone

Step 2: Next, in the video viewing interface, click on the PiP icon or you can exit to the main screen, the video will immediately be minimized.

Step 3: Here, you can tap and drag that video anywhere on the home screen you want.

Some highlights of the Picture-in-Picture feature

1. Resize Thumbnail Image:

When the video is played in the minimizer, you can enlarge the video size by: Pinch the tip of your finger to collapse it and spread 2 fingers to stretch the screen as wide as you want. It's convenient, right!

2. Hide video to play in background:

In case you feel that the video is covering a part of your display content. You just need to swipe the video to the side, Depending on whether the PiP video is on the right or left side of the screen, you usually swipe right or left.

At this point, the video will disappear and an arrow icon will appear, to drag the video back to the screen if you need it.

Note that, when you hide the video, you can still hear the audio of the video or FaceTime call.

To turn off Picture-in-Picture mode:

To completely turn off the video playing in PiP mode, simply hold down the X icon in the left corner of the Video thumbnail to turn off the video playing in PiP mode.

To return to full screen view:

To return to the full-screen view, simply tap the PiP icon in the upper-right corner of the thumbnail video.

Instructions for watching Youtube in Picture-in-Picture mode:

Currently, the Youtube application does not support the Picture-in-Picture feature. However, you can use Coc Coc app to watch Youtube in Picture-in-Picture mode.

Proceed as follows:

Picture-in-Picture mode can be activated when you watch YouTube on Coc Coc, doing the following:

Step 1: Open Coc Coc browser, then visit and open a video you want.

Step 2: Tap the full screen icon in the bottom right corner of the video.

Step 3: Click on the PiP icon in the upper left corner to put the video into PiP mode. You can also return to the home screen to enable PiP for video.

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