YouTube is now broadly rolling out the ability for all users, regardless if you are a YouTube Premium subscriber or not, to utilize the app’s support of Android Oreo’s Picture-in-Picture feature. By all indications, this is a cloud-side change so as long as you are running the latest version of YouTube on your phone (v 13.24.59 for those keeping score at home), you should see the update now or very shortly.
Up to this point, PiP has been limited to YouTube Red previously and now YouTube Premium as a benefit of the paid service. With this change, assuming that the content creator has given permission for PiP to happen, all YouTube users should be able to utilize the feature.
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After being announced last month, literally in the middle of the night, Google has now pulled back the covers on the rebooted YouTube Music subscription service as well as the YouTube Red rebranded YouTube Premium. The two services combined are $11.99 per month and bring you a wealth of music and video content on your Android phone, tablets, PCs, and Chromebooks.
The updated services bring ad-free music and videos to your devices with both original content and official music channels for artists that you can subscribe to and follow.
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And here we go again…. Google announced, literally in the middle of the night last night, that they are going to rebrand YouTube Red and revamp the YouTube Music app. It was odd timing to say the least.
YouTube Premium is essentially a rebranded YouTube Red. You get all the benefits of Red like downloading of content, ad-free content and access to YouTube original content like you do today. The price is $11.99/month and that includes the new YouTube Music. This too is similar to what is available today. If you subscribe to Google Play Music at $9.99/month, you get YouTube Red included.
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