Twitter begins rolling out support for Picture-in-Picture on iOS and iPadOS

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O twitter started to provide support for Picture-in-Picture mode for operating systems iOS It is iPadOS. Several users of the social network who have iPhones and iPads have reported function access on their devices.

It is worth noting that the Picture-in-Picture mode is a feature that allows you to watch videos from a certain platform while doing other tasks on the device. Browsers and some social networks offer this function on smartphones and tablets.

To use this feature, simply start a video on Twitter, then slide out of the app and the video player remains open so social network users can use other apps while continuing to watch the content.

It is important to note that Twitter already had a Picture-in-Picture option in the app, but the content playback was restricted within the platform, while this new feature allows the video to be watched while using other apps.

Not all Twitter users on iOS and iPadOS have access to the feature Picture-in-Picture so far, which suggests that the social network is still in the process of rolling out support. Access to this tool requires the latest version of the app on ‌iPhone‌ or ‌iPad‌.

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