Keep Your YouTube Videos Running in the Background while you listen to music

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  • 02 Oct 2012
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  • It’s no secret that YouTube is the main source for listening to music and the latest releases from our favorite bands. But what happens when we use our mobile device and have a music video that just displays the cover or an image. The sound is what matters and it would be great if we could enjoy it while doing something else.

    YouTube-AndroidYouTube On keeps your favorite videos running in the background while you are busy performing other actions. The app uses a stylish interface and you can even log-in for your personal channels and videos. You can switch from the mobile to the desktop site and get access to all videos. There is also the standard YouTube menu for browsing videos, subscriptions and favorites. You just find the video you want, hit play and leave the app running in the background.

    YouTube On requires Adobe Flash Player to be installed on your device. With Jelly Bean flash is not anymore compatible, though you are able to download the APK and side-load it. Still, I found the app to refuse to playback videos even with Adobe Flash side-loaded on my Jelly Bean device. Reports on the Play Store state that it’s working on most devices so there’s no reason why you shouldn’t give it a try.


    YouTube On is available for free on the Play Store.



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