How to use Picture-in-Picture in Microsoft Edge on iPhone and iPad
The Microsoft Edge browser for iPhone and iPad allows users to watch videos while browsing web pages at the same time using Picture-in-Picture (PIP) mode.
Basically when you enable PIP, videos are automatically pulled out in a smaller window on web pages, allowing for more efficient multitasking.
This article will show you how to enable and use this useful feature of Edge on iPhone, iPad.
What is 'floating video' in Microsoft Edge?
Picture-in-Picture is an extremely convenient multitasking feature that allows you to watch videos and work on other tasks without any interruption, especially on mobile devices. device with good configuration like iPhone or iPad. Most applications use the name Picture-in-Picture for this feature. However, the Microsoft Edge browser calls it 'Floating Video' - 'Floating Video', the name partly shows how it works.
The only limitation of the Picture-in-Picture (Floating Video) feature in Microsoft Edge is that you won't be able to watch videos outside of the browser. If you close the browser, the video will stop playing.
Here's how to enable it for Microsoft Edge on your iPhone or iPad.
Enable PiP in Microsoft Edge on iPhone and iPad
In Microsoft Edge on iPhone or iPad, you can launch PiP mode on all websites that contain videos. Just make sure you're running the latest version of Microsoft Edge (v46 or later).
First, open the Microsoft Edge browser on your iPhone or iPad. Then, tap the three-dot (three-dot) menu button at the bottom.
From the pop-up menu, click 'Settings'.
Next, select 'Advanced Settings'.
In the 'Browsing Options' section, tap the toggle next to the 'Enable Floating Video' option to enable it.
Press the 'Done' button in the upper right corner to apply the changes.
Then, Microsoft Edge will automatically enable PiP mode for YouTube and other websites as you scroll the page.
For YouTube videos, you'll see a PiP button appear in the upper-left corner of the screen.
If the button doesn't work, try swiping the video window from the top left to the bottom right of the screen.
Hope you are succesful.
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