YouTube has reportedly begun rolling out the listening control feature to Android and iOS users who are premium subscribers to the service.
Listen controls replace everything under the video window with a spreadsheet. Play/Pause, Next/Previous, and Rewind/Forward 10 seconds with the big buttons, reports 9 to 5 Google.
Using listening controls, YouTube app users can also save new songs to playlists if they wish.
This feature is now available to android users and iOS in general and is only available to YouTube premium users.
The video platform for Android users has already surpassed billion downloads in the Google Play Store.
As the largest and most popular streaming platform in the world, there has always been a chance for YouTube to be the first proper user in charge of the Android app to hit the download in the play store.
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Considering that the app will be pre-installed on almost all devices, it is slightly enhanced and can also include some unlocking from the back before the play store is available.
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