Image-in-picture of the YouTube website is back on iOS 14
YouTube’s website is now re-enacting Pixar-in-Pixer mode in iOS 14 Mysteriously disappeared Last month. You can enable it to enlarge a video to fullscreen in third-party browsers such as Safari and Chrome or Firefox, then tap the small image-image icon at the top left of the interface. You are free to lower the browser and use other applications while watching the video regularly. If you want to listen to music without interrupting the video display, you can slide the PiP window to the side.
OS-level picture-in-picture support added as one New feature in iOS 14, But soon stopped working on the YouTube website for iPhone users. It continued to work for users subscribing to YouTube Premium, which is probably surprising. It also works for iPod users.
Pixar-in-Pixer now runs on browsers that are not available in the YouTube app, where Macroemers Notes Feature never supported. Playing videos in the background There is Possible via the YouTube app, but only if you have one YouTube Premium Subscription. 9to5Mac Reports The service recently tested image-in-picture mode on its iOS app, but no official announcements have been made.
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