YouTube 2.0 For iOS Brings Picture-In-Picture Playback And Better Chromecast Integration


Google announced a new version of its YouTube app for iPhone and iPad is hitting the App Store today. YouTube 2.0 includes a bunch of new features, including the ability to watch a video while searching for the next great thing to watch.

The app sports better Chromecast integration as well, complete with a new preview screen that lets you queue up videos to push to your TV. There’s also a “play all” feature that allows users to watch every single video in a playlist without having to queue anything up.

The free update is available now in the App Store and Google Play.

Here’s a video of the new features:


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