You’ll notice that when you watch videos in various apps on your iPhone or iPad, be it Netflix, YouTube, or something else, you can toggle Picture-in-Picture mode such that you continue watching the video at hand even when you close the app that you originally tapped the play button in. This handy feature allows for fast and convenient multitasking.
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Google just announced that the native YouTube app for iOS will now support Picture in Picture mode. The feature is currently only rolling out to users in the United States, but should be available in other countries soon. At the moment, the mode is available for YouTube Premium users in the US, but it'll soon be available for all users. The Picture in Picture mode will allow users to play YouTube videos in an overlay and use another app at the same time.
Following a period of uncertainty, Google has now finally begun rolling out support for Apple's Picture-in-Picture (PiP) feature on iPhone and iPad, and it's not limited to paid subscribers.
The iPhone’s native video player certainly gets the job done, but if you’re interested in something a bit more minimalistic, then a new jailbreak tweak called Atlas by iOS developer Chr1s might be for you.
Both iOS & iPadOS 13 and 14 support native picture-in-picture mode — a feature that activates a floating video player so that you can watch a video while continuing to use other apps on your device — but this interface doesn’t look as sleek on iOS & iPadOS 13 devices as it does on iOS & iPadOS 14 devices.
If you’re jailbroken on iOS or iPadOS 13 and you’re interested in having the iOS or iPadOS 14 picture-in-picture interface on your handset without updating to the latest firmware, then we think you’re going to take an interest in a newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed 14PiP by iOS developer Galactic Dev.
Picture in Picture mode is a handy feature that iPhone and iPad owners can fall back on whenever they find themselves in a situation where they’d like to continue watching a video while pursuing another task on their device at the same time.
Picture in Picture mode isn’t without its shortcomings, however. For example, it doesn’t work with every app, and users may feel limited by the mini player’s usability while multitasking. That’s one reason why a new and free jailbreak tweak called FreePIP by iOS developer Soh Satoh might appeal to some users.
Visitors to the mobile YouTube website can now use iOS 14's Picture in Picture feature in the Safari browser to watch clips from their favorite creators while using other apps and multitasking on their iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
Apple yesterday released the tvOS 14 software update that brings new capabilities and feature enhancements to the company’s Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K digital media players. Some of the big ones you’ve already heard about, such as an expanded Picture in Picture feature and multiuser support for Apple Arcade. With the media's attention focused on the headline-grabbing improvements in iOS 14, we thought you might also want to learn about everything new in tvOS 14 so here it goes...
YouTube's mobile app's had picture-in-picture (PiP) mode for some time now, but it only works within the app. As soon as you switch apps or land on the Home screen, the video doesn't continue playing because Google wants to serve you pre and mid-roll ads through the app. That could change soon as the search company is now testing an iOS-friendly PiP mode.
Picture in Picture (PiP) video allows you to use FaceTime video calling or watch a video while you use other apps. Your video continues playing in a resizable thumbnail overlay which floats above everything else displayed on the screen. It's a great multitasking feature that's finally available on the iPhone and iPod touch thanks to the iOS 14 software. Follow along with our step-by-step tutorial to learn how to use Picture in Picture on your iPhone or iPod touch.
The iPad's incredible Picture-in-Picture mode is one of the core features of iPadOS that lots of iPhone owners wish Apple would bring to the iOS ecosystem. In a classic Apple move, however, it seems like that request could go unanswered indefinitely. Fortunately for the jailbreak community, however, we have ways to circumvent these restrictions.
Titan is a newly released jailbreak tweak by iOS developer tcbrooks that brings true iPadOS-style Picture-in-Picture mode support to pwned iPhones and iPod touches, and in addition to that, it comes out of the box with support for a colorful variety of video-centric apps, including the following:
If you’ve been enjoying the Picture-in-Picture (PiP) feature when watching videos in Safari on your Mac, you should know that you can do the same with Firefox and Chrome.
While they differ a bit in the process to access PiP and the sites that it works with, we’ll show you how to use Picture-in-Picture in both Firefox and Chrome. Then you can keep watching videos while you work using your preferred browser on Mac.