YouTube is working on a new feature that seems to be catching on for all users, according to a report by 9TO5Google.
The company is introducing the “keep watching” feature for Android and iOS mobile devices to further improve the continuity of watching YouTube videos on multiple devices.
Similar functionality is already available on the web version of YouTube, which allows users to continue watching a video where they left off.
Now YouTube is working to expand the capabilities that will allow users to continue watching a video where they left off, on multiple devices.
This means that when you watch a YouTube video on your laptop and want to switch to a smartphone to keep watching the same video, you can just open the YouTube app to get the same.
In the YouTube app, you will see the mini-player at the bottom, allowing you to open the latest YouTube video that you never completed.
It is important to note that in order for the YouTube app on your smartphone to be able to sync your watched videos between devices, you need to make sure that you are signed in to the same Google account on your computer, tablet and smartphone.
YouTube is one of the most popular social media apps in the world, home to a plethora of content across all fields and genres.
Once YouTube launches the “keep watching” feature, it will allow users to have a streamlined viewing experience while watching videos on different devices.
While the company has yet to confirm when the feature will be available to all users, it is expected to roll out soon as the “keep watching” feature for YouTube on mobile is no longer in beta.
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