Visualize Your Favorite YouTube Videos from Any Window on Android

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  • 28 Feb 2013
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  • I remember the day when Samsung first introduced the Galaxy S III. The manufacturer managed to integrate so many software features that would make any tech fan just want to have each of them. To our benefit a number of users have started porting each of the features one by one and now we can enjoy most of them.

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    One of the Galaxy´s S III features that managed to catch everyone´s attention is the Pop-up Play function. What it does is it pops the playing video in a resizable window that you can place anywhere you like, thus multitasking at it´s best. The feature has been posted in many forms and especially on newer devices you can even have more windows open. However we are here to talk about one named Floating YouTube Popup Video by Sud Software that works surprisingly well.

    Getting your favorite music videos on top of what you´re working is a joy indeed. It is useful when browsing the web and watching a video at the same time and many, many other uses. What sets it apart is that instead of working with preloaded videos, it works with YouTube. To activate it all you have to do is find the video you like and press the share button. Then select Floating YouTube and you´re done. The popup window can be moved, re-sized and manipulated any way you wish.  Best of all, the audio and volume control from your YouTube video will remain even if the screen of your device is off.

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    Floating YouTube Popup Video is offered for free on the Play Store.

     

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