Microsoft Edge browser for iPhone and iPad allows you to watch movies whereas shopping websites with the picture-in-picture mode. This function routinely pulls out movies in a smaller window on the net pages. Right here’s how one can allow it.
What Is “Floating Video” in Microsoft Edge?
Utilizing the Picture-in-Picture on iPhone or iPad is handy whereas shopping the net or engaged on different duties. Most apps name it Image-in-Image. Nevertheless, the Microsoft Edge browser labels this function “Floating Video” as a substitute of Image-in-Image mode—a unique title for a similar function.
The one limitation of Image-in-Image in Microsoft Edge is that you may’t watch the video outdoors the browser. If you happen to shut the browser, the video stops enjoying.
Right here’s allow it for Microsoft Edge on iPhone or iPad.
Allow PiP in Microsoft Edge on iPhone and iPad
All web sites that carry a video will assist the picture-in-picture mode or the floating video in Microsoft Edge on iPhone or iPad. First, just remember to’re operating the most recent Microsoft Edge model (v46 or increased).
Open the Microsft Edge browser in your iPhone or iPad. Choose the three-dot menu (Ellipses) button on the backside.
From the menu that pops up, choose the “Settings” button.
Choose “Superior Settings.”
Beneath the “Shopping Choices” part, toggle on the “Allow Floating Video” possibility.
Choose “Executed” on the top-right nook to use the modifications.
After this, Microsoft Edge will routinely allow Picture-in-Picture mode for YouTube and different websites as you scroll the net web page.
For YouTube movies, you’ll see the PiP button (a field with an arrow and a smaller field) for enabling Image-in-Image mode.
If the button doesn’t work, attempt swiping the video window from top-left to the bottom-right of your display.
That’s it! Don’t overlook you’ll be able to use PiP on your iPad or iPhone in apps moreover Microsoft Edge as properly.