YouTube’s picture-in-picture mode is now available on Android for free
You know that cool feature that lets you watch videos while you’re using other apps? It’s called picture-in-picture (PiP), and YouTube is making it available to all Android users free of charge. As in, they won’t have to pay for YouTube Premium to get it, which used to be the case. Don’t get too excited just yet, as only US-based Android users will get it for now. And of those, only folks with Android Oreo devices will be able to use (PiP) — and Oreo is only on 5.7% of Android devices currently in use.
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