YouTube TV app now iOS 15. Supports picture-in-picture

Picture-in-picture (PiP) is a relatively old multitasking feature. It allows users to view a playing video in a small, floating window that they can drag around the screen – while performing other tasks on the same device. Unsurprisingly, Apple was late to the party and didn’t implement this handy addition on iPhones until iOS 14. Ultimately, better late than never, Despite the fact that iOS 14 has been available to developers for almost two years now, some companies are still taking their sweet time implementing the PIP API. For example, Google is still test PiP support for the main YouTube app with premium users. Amazingly, the YouTube TV app on iOS has got support for this handy addition. However, for some reason, it requires iOS 15 or later instead of iOS 14.


The company announced the feature’s availability on Twitter. iOS and iPadOS 15+ users can simply swipe up (or click the Home button on Touch ID iPhones) while watching a video in the YouTube TV app. This will trigger the feature, and they can use their devices normally as the stream plays in a floating window. However, it is worth noting that users must have PiP enabled in the device Adjustment app for this to work.

YouTube TV is a paid service from Google that is available exclusively in the United States. It costs $64.99 per month and includes over 85 TV channels. membership is a family plan By default—allows you to share it with up to five other people for free. It additionally allows you to record and store unlimited footage on Google’s cloud.

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