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YouTube app rolls out 'listening controls' for all videos

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San Francisco, Dec 4 (IANS) YouTube has reportedly started rolling out a ‘listening controls’ feature for Android and iOS users who are YouTube Premium subscribers.

Listening controls replace everything underneath the video window with a sparse sheet. Play/pause, next/previous, and 10-second rewind/forward are the main buttons, reports 9to5Google.

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Using the listening controls, YouTube app users can also save new songs to a playlist if they prefer.

The feature is now available for YouTube Android and iOS users widely and it is only rolling out to YouTube Premium users.

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YouTube app for Android users has already surpassed a whopping 10 billion downloads on the Google Play Store.

As the largest and most well-known streaming platform globally, it was always likely that YouTube would become the first “proper” user-facing Android app to hit such a download milestone on the Play Store.

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Given that the app comes pre-installed on almost all devices, it is marginally bolstered and could even include some activations from back before the Play Store even existed.

The company recently rolled out a new tool — “Super Thanks” — that will let users tip their favourite creators on the platform.

–IANS

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