YouTube has ended its test of an iOS app that allows users to enable PiP quickly


According to reports, Google-owned YouTube has reportedly ended the test for iPhone and iPad users of the Picture-in-a-Picture (PiP) feature.

You can no longer find the experiment on after it expired in early April. Google informed users with a “the feature you are trying has been turned off” banner on the desktop site and mobile apps, according to 9To5Google on Saturday.

In any case, the YouTube PiP continues to function properly for iPhone and iPad users who previously had the test enabled on their devices.

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The only people without PiP today are those who have never tried it out as a premium user. The ability hasn’t been widely rolled out 10 months later, according to the report.

A full launch is expected in the near future as YouTube TV has just started rolling out PiP for its iOS app.

It was unveiled at the end of March and is now available in its full form. The premium cord-cutting product has a much greater need for this feature than the entry-level model.

According to the report, Picture-in-Picture, according to the report, is a benefit available to all paid subscribers of YouTube Premium around the world.

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