Whether it’s a music video or something you want to watch over and over again, a new option in the YouTube app may be helpful. Apparently, YouTube for Android is preparing a new loop button for videos.
A set of hidden strings in the YouTube app, which first appears specifically in version 16.09.32, reveals an upcoming “video loop” option that can be applied to individual videos. Presumably, the option will appear in the video player’s overflow menu, and its functionality is pretty obvious, looping an individual video.
As it currently stands, you can only play videos in one playlist. Of course, like the people of XDA note that you could only put a single video on a playlist to loop, but having a dedicated option for an individual video would certainly be helpful. It should be noted that YouTube has been offering this functionality to its web player for some time, just hidden in the right-click menu.
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When can this feature arrive? This is under debate. With the strings of the latest versions of the application, it is quite possible that the function can be enabled at any time, perhaps with a new application update or a change of server.
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