Twitter enables the playback of YouTube videos without leaving the application

The mobile version of Twitter has started testing a new feature that allows its users to play YouTube videos directly from the app, on the timeline.

As announced by Twitter in its official support account, users of the Twitter application for iOS can play YouTube videos directly from the application from this Thursday.

Until now, it was necessary to exit the application to view a YouTube video posted on Twitter, but with this change it will be possible to view them directly from the platform’s timeline.

This novelty is part of the recent strategy of the social network to facilitate the viewing of content from the Twitter app itself, which last week began to display images and videos in a larger size on the timeline, without cropping them , and also added the option to upload and view photos in 4K.


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