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YouTube TV App Adds Support for Picture-in-Picture Mode on iOS in the US

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  • YouTube is bringing support for picture-in-picture mode for its YouTube TV app on iOS.
  • Picture-in-picture support will roll out to all users having an iOS 15 device
  • YouTube TV first launches in the US in February 2017
YouTube announces that it is rolling out support for picture-in-picture mode for its YouTube TV app on iOS. Users who have the latest version of iOS will be able to watch videos outside the app by swiping from the bottom of the screen, according to the company.

When watching YouTube TV content, users can swipe up from the bottom of the screen to return to the Home screen, with the content continuing to play in a small picture-in-picture window that can be adjusted. With picture-in-picture support, YouTube TV users can watch content while continuing to do other things on the iPhone or the iPad.

Picture-in-picture support is rolling out to all YouTube TV users who have an iOS 15 device, the YouTube TV team announces today on Twitter.

YouTube Team tweets:

“We are happy to share that picture-in-picture is now rolling out to your iOS 15+ devices. Simply select a video to watch and swipe up from the bottom of the screen to return to the device’s homepage. The video can scale down and move across your screen”

In addition, Google is also testing picture-in-picture for standard content with its premium subscribers. But the feature is yet to roll out beyond those who have a subscription.

On March 24, It announces that it is bringing thousands of free TV episodes to the YouTube TV app for viewers in the US, including shows like Hell’s Kitchen and Heartland. Popular TV shows and movies can be accessed by users for free on a smart TV, mobiles, and Web browsers, along with ads. The service will also add more movies and shows weekly, and upcoming movies will include Gone in Sixty Seconds and Runaway Bride, according to the company.

Google, however, reveals that it is planning to launch picture-in-picture support for all users in the near future.

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