YouTube Picture-in-Picture Now Available Free For US Android Users

Posted: Jun 28 2018, 11:58am CDT | by , in Technology News


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YouTube Picture-in-Picture Now Available Free for US Android Users
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YouTube is Diversifying its Picture-in-Picture Facility for Android Free of Cost in the USA

YouTube is facing an expansion of its picture-in-picture mode to every Android user today. This is regardless of the fact that whether the consumers have a subscription to YouTube Premium or not. This is first spotted by XDA Developers and now Google’s support page confirmed it.

The facility began test runs in May of this year. Those who are operating on Android O gadgets may avail this opportunity anytime they like at present.

A few conditions apply here though as they do in most such cases. For one thing, this amenity is only available in the United States. All international audiences outside the US of A will have to do without the service.

Also while this facility will work in the US for most video clips on YouTube, it won’t work in case of music video clips without a certain amount of cash as payment for the service.

The home button should be struck with a finger as a beginner’s move in the process while watching YouTube videos. This day in time, this free picture-in-picture mode will start rolling out for US citizens, according to The Verge.

Android 8.0 Oreo users got this facility courtesy of YouTube TV partially starting in November of last year. Now though the greatest advantage is that it will be almost completely free of any monetary liabilities for users.

The restriction of this facility to the US and its borders may change in the future. Nothing is set in stone. The FAQ page of YouTube made it clear that this service won’t be free in case of music videos. That of course is the exception to the rule.

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