YouTube app will soon dynamically adapt to different video sizes

I have some bad news—people will never stop shooting vertical video. This battle is lost, guys. It’s time to move on. Google is moving on by making the YouTube app a little less awkward when watching such a video. In the next update, YouTube will dynamically adapt to different video shapes and sizes.

Let’s say someone shot a video vertically. Right now, you get black bars on either side unless you switch to full-screen. However, that also hides most of the app’s UI and controls. When the new version of YouTube rolls out, the player window will resize to fill as much of the screen as possible with video—square, 16:9, vertical, whatever.

Google didn’t go into detail about how the controls will work, but the GIF above shows the app UI popping over the video while it’s still playing. Even that is dynamic, though. It can cover just a little of the video or most of it depending on what you’re doing. We don’t know when this change is rolling out, only that it’s happening in the coming weeks.

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