If you watch the videos on the YouTube app and want to enable the ambient mode. In this guide, we’ll go over exactly what Ambient Mode on YouTube is and show you how to enable or disable it.
However; When the device is not in use, the display can display practical data and visual material like images, news, and weather thanks to a function called ambient mode. The aim of Ambient Mode is to make the device more functional and aesthetically pleasing while not in use by offering a more pleasant and educational screensaver experience. It frequently turns on while the gadget is inactive or charging.
What is Ambient Mode?
When the YouTube app is open in the background or the device is locked, you can use the function on YouTube called “Ambient Mode” to play music or videos in the background. You may now watch YouTube material without having to actively use the app, thereby turning your device into a smart display. When Ambient Mode is used, the lock screen or another app can display the video’s thumbnail and title, as well as the play/pause and volume controls. Some smart displays, Android TV devices, and Android phones running Android or IOS all have access to this feature.
How to Turn On or Off Ambient Mode on Smartphones
To enable Ambient Mode on YouTube, follow these steps:
1. Open the YouTube app on your devices.
2. Tap on your Setting icon in the top-right corner of the screen.
3. Now, on the setting menu select the Ambient mode to enable or disable it.
NOTE: If you want to disable the ambient mode on your phone follow the above commands to turn off it.
Disable or Enable on a PC
Here, this guide is about how to enable or disable the ambient mode on your PC.
- Go to the YouTube app on your pc.
- When playing the video from YouTube, select the Setting.
- Now, turn on or turn off the ambient mode.
When a feature is turned off for one video, it seems to be turned off for all future videos you watch. Therefore, you must turn on Ambient Mode in the same manner you did to turn it off if you want it to appear once more.
How YouTube’s Ambient Mode Works
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