YouTube is taken into account an enormous free music library with loads of songs, however restricted background play operate, inflicting the device to quickly run out of battery because of continuous screen brightness. If you’re using iOS 13, here are two simple ways to open YouTube videos in the background.
USE THE SAFARI BROWSER
On iOS 13, there have been a number of changes that made previous setup actions no longer available
- Open Safari, then access YouTube at youtube.com> Click the aA icon in the upper left corner of the address bar> Select the Request webpage for computer and wait for YouTube to switch the default interface for Turn your phone into a PC
- Play the video you want to run in the background, then exit to Home screen> open Control Center> press the Play button on the Now Playing Module or press the Play button on the Lock Screen to launch the video
USING DOLPHIN MOBILE BROWSER
playing YouTube videos in the background with the Safari browser is quite common, but the downside is that blocking the entire screen when opening a video, not automatically forwarding and skipping ads is quite inconvenient.
- Open Dolphin browser> Access YouTube (without switching to PC interface)
- Select and play the video you want, then exit the Home screen> open Control Center> press the Play button on the Now Playing Module or press the Play button on the Lock Screen to launch the video
In addition, there are some other ways with third-party applications such as Tube Master, Music Pro, PlayerXtreme Media Player, Cercube.