YouTube has finally tweaked its website to work better on tablet devices. The streaming giant has now updated its mobile web version with gestures, new buttons, and a more prominent menu to ease user experience. New gestures allow users to switch between the normal, mini, and large player. The new version even has an improved scrolling.
The improvements don’t stop there. YouTube has also improved the viewing history, no matter the device. Android Police claims that some of these changes were first visible in March, but have now become more available.
The dedicated YouTube apps will still be available for iPadOS, and the changes won’t affect users on Chromebooks or small laptops. However, the silent changes may be very useful for users that prefer to use their browsers.
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