Android Tips: Watch YouTube on a Floating Window

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The Samsung smartphone models have incorporated the split screen feature in their multi-window interface. It will enable a user to over lay a smaller window on top of messaging and other applications especially when thinking how to put live wallpapers on my app . This is particularly entertaining when viewing video clips while replying to an urgent message. Other Android gadgets are still catching on but thanks to numerous application programs compatible to the Jelly Bean and easily accessed through Play Store, the floating window can be utilized by other smartphones and tablets too. Now that smartphone manufacturers have seen the potential of huge screens, the floating You Tube window will be highly enjoyed by video-crazed generation. Here are some suggested apps for maximizing the use of the powerful Android operating system.

The Floating YouTube Popup Video is a smart application for those who don’t want to be interrupted by messages and other smartphone tasks. This will allow the continual play of a YouTube clip when it switches to a pop-up window while users work on messages and emails, browse, or finding your way on Google maps. The YouTube window can seamlessly be dragged around the screen and it can be resized. The Floating YouTube App can be used by tapping on the share option on the menu while the YouTube clip is playing. Select the Floating YouTube Popup Player and you can make your window smaller for your multi-tasking sessions.

Super Video Floating & Popup is a popular freeware that lets you play YouTube clips or simply listen to your audio files while you you’re on other programs. Just resize the screen and place in a corner of your screen. It is compatible with other phones and allows multi-viewing of videos. There are other Multi-view Android apps, namely Stick it!, Play Tube, and Nextvid, to name a few. These apps basically allow multi-tasking as one would do on a PC. Play Tube even promises viewing multiple videos simultaneously while the freeware Nextvid let users just to listen to YouTube tracks even with the screen off.

There are numerous freewares that sets videos on floating screen but they don’t support YouTube videos. Some programs promises to incorporate YouTube support through later upgrades. These apps work on latest models of popular android phones namely Galaxy, Nexus, Sony Xperia, LG and HTC.

Peter Terry