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YouTube app rolls out 'listening controls' for Android, iOS users

By Rajan Nath -- December 04, 2021 2:07 pm -- Updated:December 04, 2021 2:09 pm

American video streaming giant YouTube has rolled out a 'listening controls' feature for YouTube app users on Android and iOS.

As per GSM Arena, the feature appears to be exclusive to Premium subscribers for now.

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To access the controls, a user has to go to the settings menu although some music videos automatically suggest bringing up the controls for users through a pop-up.

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Users will gain the access to the usual set of controls with play, pause, and previous or next video alongside buttons for 10-second rewind/forward.

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As per GSM Arena, the control page also has like, save and speed playback controls. With these features, the regular YouTube app is also aiming to take a cut of the music streaming pie.

-PTC News

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