YouTube is testing a new mobile app feature.
Through this feature, premium subscribers will be able to zoom in on any video.
This feature will work in both portrait and full-screen landscape view.
New Delhi. Video sharing platform YouTube is testing a new mobile app feature. Through this feature, premium subscribers of YouTube will be able to zoom in on any video. To use this feature, the user only has to pinch the screen.
It will work in both portrait and full-screen landscape view.
According to the company, the Zoom feature will be tested till September 1, giving YouTube about a month to take user feedback and improve the feature.
As The Verge reports, as long as you have a subscription to YouTube Premium, you can use the new feature.
Only premium members can use
To use this feature on YouTube, first open the Settings menu of YouTube. It is worth noting that only premium members of YouTube will be able to use this feature. You can search for this feature in the Try New Features section. Here you will also see the option of zoom function.
It will take time to release the feature
It is going to take some time for this feature to be released at the moment. But, once this feature comes, with its help you will be able to zoom the video up to 8X. Let us know that there are many such accessibility features on Android and iOS, with the help of which you can zoom in videos on YouTube. This feature is very easy to use on desktop browsers.
Picture-in-picture mode feature
Last month, YouTube rolled out picture-in-picture mode on iPhone and iPad after testing it for premium subscribers. According to The Verge, this is a very useful feature and has been available on Android for a long time.