YouTube Red version of YouTube Premium that gives users access to exclusive content. That is not very popular. In addition to exclusive content, YouTube Network also has a picture-in-picture mode that allows users to watch videos on a floating player on their device. This feature is great, but it's not worth paying monthly bills. If you want to see YouTube In Picture-in-picture mode on iPad, you must install a free app called Pipifier. This works for all web videos and works for YouTube.
YouTube Picture in picture on iPad
This only works if you have enabled Picture-in-Picture on iPad. To activate it, open the Settings application and select Start screen and Dock. Select Multitask and activate Picture in Picture.
Since YouTube limit the Picture in Picture function to YouTube Red, we will need an application called PiPifier. Install from the app store.
Once installed, open Safari and visit YouTube. This is where it is complicated because when you open YouTube In Safari, it automatically directs you to the app. Go back to Safari and try to force the desktop display. You can do this by tapping the AA button in the URL bar and selecting the option to request the desktop website.
After you have it YouTube Open in Safari, the hard part is over. Open the video, and then Touchez the share button next to the URL bar. From the menu, select Run PiPifier.
The video will be reduced to a floating player in the lower right corner. You can now press the Start button to exit Safari. The video will continue to play.
Players can zoom in on one of the four corners of the screen. If you close it, the video will continue to play in Safari or stop where you left off. To resize the player, pinch.
If you have problems with Safari not opening YouTube application, you can try to uninstall it if you don't use it as much. You may also have heard of a little feature on iPadOS called Slide Over that allows you to access apps in other apps. This is not the same as picture in picture, but it is a fairly reasonable way of looking YouTube video while working in a different application. Much easier to use than opening a video in Safari and then sharing / sending it to the app. How weird YouTube You have decided to limit this feature to your premium services because there is a clear solution for this on Android and iOS.