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YouTube 'Take a Break' Feature Rolling Out on Android Devices

YouTube 'Take a Break' Feature Rolling Out on Android Devices

Today, the brand new version of the YouTube cellular program started rolling out, which included several features in keeping with this new motif. However, the time can be adjusted as per convenience by the user. With the rollout, this update YouTube will allow the users to set reminders at a specific interval of time. There you could see the new feature with Remind me to take a break. You can choose to either take a break and go see how the outside world looks, or decide to hit the blue-colored "Dismiss" button and continue with your binge-watching sessions. You will get to set the frequency of the reminders from "Never" to as long as 180 minutes (or 3 hours). Before you determine whether or not you want to download the Android P beta, we wanted to give you a list of some of the most important changes with Android P. Once you select this feature, you would see a number of timers on the page. Once you set proper timing of reminder, you would receive a notification and the video which you are watching will be paused at that very moment. One of them is focused on your "digital well-being" as it will track the time you spend on your device with a breakdown of each app.

Now, a half swipe up from the new home slider will show you a preview of your active apps and a full swipe will take you to the app tray. Numerous users are still awaiting for this update on their phones, however many of them have got the updated YouTube and they can see the new Controls in the Settings menu. The Take a rest feature could be accessed by heading to options General, and also the notifications feature can be found at options Notifications.

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These new features will not be the final ones from Google created to help make people shut down their phone for just a little while. Moreover, nothing major has been spotted yet on the surface, which suggests that most of the new changes are made under the hood at the mainframe code level.