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This feature was already available on You Tube's desktop site, and now it's headed to mobile devices as well.
Mohan said You Tube is also "working on transforming the area below the player so you can browse videos in totally new ways." The app will also look different, overall: You Tube has made headers white, moved the navigation tabs to the bottom of the app "so they're closer to your thumbs," and added new Library and Account tabs to help you more easily find what you're looking for.
You can also double tap on the left or ride side of a video to fast forward or rewind 10 seconds.
" Meanwhile, in the near future, you'll be able to swipe left on your mobile device to watch the previous video or right to watch the next one, in other words: less scrolling and clicking, and more binging.
Heads up, You Tube fans: The Google-owned video-sharing service on Tuesday announced a number of new features for its mobile apps and desktop site.
Perhaps most notably, the You Tube app is getting a new player that adapts to the video format you're watching.
Finally, You Tube also today introduced a new logo and icon, which you can check out above.
"Designed for our multi-screen world, the updated logo combines a cleaned up version of the You Tube wordmark and icon, creating a more flexible design that works better across a variety of devices, even on the tiniest screens," Mohan explained.