Last June, YouTube rolled out Picture-in-Picture (PiP) for Premium subscribers on iPhone and iPad in the US. The company has now announced that the feature is available for all devices running iOS and iPadOS 15.0 or higher worldwide.

YouTube Premium users around the world will be able to watch videos in a small window while browsing other apps on their device.


However, for users without a Premium subscription, PiP mode will be available for free only in the US and only for non-music content.

YouTube in his post in blog reported that PiP for iPhone and iPad would be rolled out to everyone “within the next few days”, but the company later said they would need a little more time to roll out the feature.

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