Firefox 71 Updated With Picture-In-Picture Mode
Anil Singh - Dec 06, 2019
Once you clicked on the picture-in-picture option, you can continue watching a video in the form of a small window.
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Just a few days ago, Mozilla started rolling out Firefox 71 for Windows users. The latest version of Firefox comes packed with a series of new features, but amongst all of them, everybody keeps talking about the picture-in-picture API support, Enhanced Tracking Protection, and Lockwise password manager features that get improved to be more handy for use.
The picture-in-picture API, in a word, allows users to keep watching a video but in a small window instead of having to stay at the sites’ media players and embedded areas. To turn on the feature, just hover over a video then you’ll see the “Picture-in-picture” option right there. Once you clicked on the option, you can continue watching it on the screen with a small window playing that video.
With many users tend to multitask, the PiP mode offers them a good way whenever they’re working but still want to watch an interesting tutorial video or movie trailer. Actually, they can drag it around until they’ve found a suitable place on the screen – and that’s all.
The update is slate to support every major operating system but there is only Windows being able to install it by now. For Linux and Mac users, an update for their devices will soon arrive as early as January 2020.
Here’s the link where you can download the Firefox 71 and take an early glance at all the new features. Why not giving them a shot?