Find out what to do if you can't watch YouTube videos in Picture in Picture (PiP) on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, as the playback stops the moment you go out of the YouTube app or website.
Picture in Picture
The upcoming Multiview feature boosts Apple's picture-in-picture mode, and you'll especially like it when your favorite teams are playing at different times.
Just like FaceTime, WhatsApp supports Picture in Picture (PiP) for video calls, allowing you to multitask and use other apps while the video call continues in a small popup window.
However, if PiP is not working for you during WhatsApp video calls, then here are all the solutions to fix it. These tips also apply to WhatsApp (WA) Business app.
You can now multitask better by switching to another app during a WhatsApp video call on your iPhone without your video being paused.
Live Activities are a feature introduced by Apple in iOS 16 to make your iPhone display useful information via the Lock Screen. Live Activities are interactive notifications that may show information such as your Uber progress, sports scores, or a wide array of other information types.
Picture in Picture (PiP) is handy and lets you continue watching a video even when you go out of the app. But there can be some inconveniences, and you might want to stop videos from playing automatically in PiP.
In this tutorial, we discuss the problem with Picture in Picture and how to stop it from kicking in automatically on your iPhone or iPad.
If you ever take advantage of the iPhone’s Picture-in-Picture mode when viewing videos, then you may have noticed a somewhat infuriating interruption when you lock your device or it falls asleep for any reason.
Google is rolling out picture-in-picture support in the YouTube app to all iPhone and iPad users in the US, including those not subscribed to YouTube Premium.
Picture-in-picture in YouTube's iOS app is taking a bit longer to hit all iPhone users, whether they've subscribed to Google's YouTube Premium service or not.
After months of testing, Google has now started rolling out support for picture-in-picture capability in its YouTube TV app but it requires Apple's iOS 15 software.
YouTube TV is adding picture-in-picture support to its iPhone and iPad app “soon” but it will be arriving a few years later than we would have expected in an ideal world.
FloatingPlayer is your Spotify and Apple Music mini player that lets you control playback everywhere via a floating Picture in Picture window on your iPhone, iPad or Mac.