YouTube’s picture-in-picture (PiP) mode is now available on Android for Premium users outside the US. Yes, now it is rolling out to the other parts of the World. Initially, it was only available for premium users and was only available in the US but that changed last June as the feature was extended to non-Premium users in the US.
According to Android Police, currently, YouTube’s PiP mode is rolling to non-Premium users in Italy, that is giving the indication that soon it will be rolling out to users across the globe.
YouTube PIP Mode is now Available Non-Premium Users
You can find the option to turn on PiP mode under the General Settings menu in YouTube’s Android app. However, it is only working on the devices that run Android 8.0 Oreo or later.
For those who don’t know anything about PiP mode, then let’s tell you that it allows you to watch a video while you are texting or using another app. So that means at the same time, you can watch the video and use other apps.
Picture-in-picture mode is an amazing feature that has also been added by other apps such as WhatsApp. Now as it is coming to YouTube for the users around the world, so it will make the app usage experience much better.