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🚩Announcement: New way to swipe between videos on iOS (6S and above) 0 Recommended Answers 56 Replies 910 Upvotes
Last edited 1/15/19
Rolling out this week: There’s a new way to navigate between YouTube videos on iOS – you can now swipe to the next or previous video. To use this feature on your iOS device (6S and higher), just make sure you’re using the most recent version of the YouTube app. While this is available first on iOS, we have plans to bring this feature to Android!
How it works: While a video is playing or paused, just swipe anywhere on the YouTube video player to navigate between videos. This works in both portrait and full screen.
- Swipe to the next video: swiping your finger to the left (from right to left on the video player) takes you to the next suggested video, or the next video in the playlist you’re watching.
- Swipe to the previous video: swiping your finger to the right (from left to right on the video player) takes you to the previous video you watched, or the previous video in the playlist you’re watching.
- Video sneak peek: if you make a partial swipe (dragging the video partially left or right, without fully swiping to the next or previous video) you’ll see a sneak peek of the next or previous video. The current video you’re watching will continue to play with audio.
You can also still tap on the video player to see all of the player controls, or pause a video and the player controls will show up.
We love to hear your feedback, so feel free to leave comments below! You can also submit feedback directly from the YouTube app at any time by tapping your Account icon and then the “Send Feedback” button.
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