Listening to music on Youtube is extremely popular and popular recently, but the bad point is that if the phone turns off the screen, the music will also be lost. Let’s discover how to listen to music on Youtube even though the screen is off!

1. HOW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC ON YOUTUBE WITHOUT OPENING THE SCREEN ON iOS

Instructions on how to listen to music on Youtube when the screen is off on Iphone, Android smartphones

Option 1: USE OPERA MINI

Using Opera mini is one of the ways to use Youtube without having to turn on the device.

How to do it: Start Opera mini > Go to Youtube > Select the video to watch > Return to the main screen (Now the video will automatically run in the background without having to open the device).

Option 2: USE SAFARI

The advantage of using Safari is that you do not need to install any additional applications, but the operation is more and more difficult to do when using the Opera mini application.

Doing:

Start Safari browser on iPhone, iPad > Go to youtube watch website and search for the video you want to watch > Tap and “Share” (right below the video you are watching) > Request desktop page > Now The music player interface from Youtube has appeared, click play.

Here are 2 ways to listen to music on Youtube without turning on the screen on iOS, depending on your needs and preferences you can choose the right method for you.

2. HOW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC ON YOUTUBE WITHOUT OPENING THE SCREEN ON Android

Instructions on how to listen to music on Youtube when the screen is off on Iphone, Android smartphones

Option 1: USE YOUTUBE RED

Using Youtube Red is one of the simple ways to listen to music on youtube without opening the screen when using an android smart phone.

Doing:

Download the Youtube Red app > Go to settings > Security > Activate the item “Install apps from unknown sources” > Go to Youtube Red > Choose the music you want to listen to > Press play, turn off the screen and enjoy.

Option 2: USE GOOGLE CHROME

This is similar to using Safari on iOS

Doing:

Go to Chrome > Go to Youtube > search for the video to watch > Select the ellipsis icon (upper right of the browser) > Select the request on the computer web > Now a new interface has appeared > drag to open the bar notifications > Press play to continue listening without turning on the screen

Above are 2 ways: Use Youtube Red or use Google chrome to listen to music without turning on the screen when using Android Smartphone.

Hope the above sharing can help you, if you find the information useful, please share it with your friends and relatives!

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