image of this article category

YouTube's video player is getting a new look on Android and iOS

05.02.2022 05:33 AM
YouTube's video player is getting a new look on Android and iOS
dooklik website logo
share this article on facebook
share this article on twitter
share this article on whatsapp
share this article on facebook messenger
YouTube's video player is getting a new look on Android and iOS
The YouTube app for Android got a new look starting today when viewing videos in full screen mode. If you turn your phone to landscape mode while watching a YouTube video and press pause, you'll notice something new.

At the bottom left side of the screen are slim outlines of new icons that let you like, dislike, comment on a video, add it to a playlist, or share it with someone else.

At the bottom right of the full screen, there's an icon that shows multiple videos in full screen mode alongside this phrase: "More videos, tap to see all."

When you click on it, other videos that you may find interesting will appear. The video timeline is moved a bit higher and the three-dot settings icon in the upper right corner is transformed into the gear icon used to represent the settings menu in many other apps, although this change was made for both landscape and portrait modes of the site.

Clicking the little cursor next to the title of the video will bring up a profile with the number of likes, number of views and the date the video was first published on YouTube. This is where some of the videos will have written descriptions and some will be broken down by chapters making it easier to navigate.

This update rolled out today from Google to Android users, while iOS users will have to wait for the new UI.
Related Articles
doolik website logo
Samsung revealed a new smart screen that it developed to be among the best screens for designers and fans of modern video games.
doolik website logo
The researchers also discovered an association between watching YouTube content and obsessive-compulsive disorder, with every hour watching streaming videos linked to an 11 percent increased risk.

doolik website logo
A team of researchers has developed a new attack to eavesdrop on Android devices, which is so sophisticated that it can, to varying degrees, recognize the gender and identity of a caller, and even recognize speech.

Live Video Streaming
Live video streaming lets you engage with your audience in real time with a video feed. Broadcast your daily show to your audience with no limits, no buffering and high quality videos. Reach all devices anytime anywhere with different video qualities that suits any device and any connection.
The website uses cookies to improve your experience. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.