YouTube TV Brings Picture-in-picture Support on Android Oreo
Using YouTube TV on Android Oreo powered devices? Now you can use Oreo’s key feature picture-in-picture support on it.
YouTube TV Brings Picture-in-picture Support
9to5Google reports that YouTube TV 1.11 on Android will now allow users use Oreo’s picture-in-picture feature to keep watching shows.
YouTube TV appears to be one among the slew of apps that support the feature. Other apps that already have the picture-in-picture support include YouTube app, Netflix, Chrome, VLC, and Facebook.
You have to spend $35 per month to watch YouTube TV, and if picture-in-picture support is something you looked at, the price wouldn’t be any stress. YouTube TV’s Rival TV services like Hulu and Sling TV don’t support the feature on Oreo yet. You can now download YouTube TV 1.11 on the Play Store.
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