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YouTube app on Android supports full screen vertical video
The YouTube app for Android gets an update to play vertically recorded videos in full screen. Many users create vertical videos with the camera on their phone, so there are many vertical YouTube videos.
Until version 10.25.xx users get when they recorded a vertical video in fullscreen put a horizontal screen on which the video is often only slightly less than a third will take to the screen. From version 10.28.xx YouTube shows videos vertically and on the entire surface of the screen, reports Android Police.
The version does not yet available to all users in the Play Store, but APKMirror is the apk file to find. Vertical recorded videos this year also gained popularity apps as Periscope, Twitters live streaming app that works only in portrait mode.
The function is currently only in the Android version of YouTube. When Google displays the iOS version updated to show full screen vertically videos taken is unknown.
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