ShajedurRahman
Active Level 3
I found this amazing app on Samsung Galaxy Store few days ago. It's a YouTube client for Samsung devices. But unlike YouTube, it lets you play in background. It's not as feature rich as YouTube premium or YouTube Vanced for that matter. But playlist cab be created and played music are cached for later use. This app can be helpful for music lovers out there.
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debjoy75
Active Level 4
Thanks a ton. Please elaborate on Vanced.
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YoutTube Vanced is free alternative of YouTube Premium. It can play video in background and also support PIP (picture in picture) mode. These are exclusive feature of YouTube premium. It uses MicroG as Google's Play Services alternative. MicroG is open source but, vanced app is not.

Visit this site to know more.

YouTube Vanced https://vancedapp.com/
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Thank you so much. Since I'm not anywhere within the periphery of tech stuff half of the things didn't made it.
However I'm unable to see the option for YouTube registration. Also is Vanced also from Google else there'd be issues galore.
Thank you once again.
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It's okay brother. I just tried to share what I found helpful. If it helps, it's my pleasure.

And if you install just YouTube Vanced, you will not be able to log in. For that you'll be needing MicroG, a Google Play Services alternative I mentioned earlier.

Do remember though, install MicroG first and then YouTube Vanced. When installed you'll not find the MicroG on your app list. It's because this will be running in the background. To uninstall our change MicroG, you'll have to go to Settings > Apps > MicroG.

And YoutTube Vanced isn't a Google product. Developers from https://www.xda-developers.com/ (a renowned site for android tweeks, mods, and apps) developed this app.

Download YouTube Vanced APK [NON-ROOT] - xda-developers
https://www.xda-developers.com/youtube-vanced-apk

Hope this helps.
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Thank you again for being so nice & kind. Pi music player provides PiP and can play YouTube too. Still I'll give that a try. One thing hurts that YouTube supports PiP yet it doesn't. Quite strange.
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