Google’s YouTube TV app has received a recent update that allows for picture-in-picture on Android phones running Nougat or Oreo.
Google first announced YouTube TV back in February, and rolled the service out in April, launching in five major U.S. cities. YouTube TV is meant to kill the cable box, offering popular cable channels like ABC, Fox, CBS, CW, NBC, Disney, ESPN and 40+ more for just $35/month. The channels are available live on up to six accounts with three devices streaming simultaneously.
Since launch, Google has expanded the service to now be available to 50 percent of U.S. households, with a dedicated app for smart TVs, gaming consoles and streaming devices.
Considering that picture-in-picture is one of the staple features of Android 8.0, it only makes sense that PIP…