Should you use your telephone in portrait lock at all times, it may be irritating seeking to get YouTube movies into complete display with the tiny button within the UI. Fortunately, there’s a greater manner, the use of the app’s integrated gestures: you’ll be able to merely swipe up on a video to refill the display and swipe down on it to return to portrait orientation.
We’ve if truth be told written about this selection sooner than, however it kind of feels find it irresistible’s simple to omit; the general public I’ve proven it to had no concept it existed.
After all, this selection works on Android telephones as neatly, which I in my view like higher than having to hit the auto-rotate button constructed into the OS.
There may be one obtrusive limitation: it best rotates a method. If you wish to dangle your telephone with the left aspect dealing with up, you’re out of success except you flip portrait lock off. Nonetheless, it’s manner higher than having to faucet at the video as soon as to get the UI controls to turn up, then seeking to hit the tiny full-screen button.
Now all we’d like is this selection to be added to each and every different app (or for our telephones to get good sufficient to understand that if I’m staring at a video and switch my telephone, I most likely need to see the video in full-screen, in spite of portrait lock).