Biggest Changes & Features Coming to Android P

The new feature will enable the users to set a reminder for every 15, 30, 60, 90 or 180 minutes, at which point the video will pause and users will receive "Take a Break" notification that they have been binge-watching videos for longer than they chose to. Today, the new version of the YouTube mobile app started rolling out, which added some features in keeping with this new theme. Users will be allowed to set proper timing of exploring the platform. Once you select this feature, you would see a number of timers on the page. The user can then choose to dismiss that the reminder to keep on close or seeing to the app.

Now you need to go to Settings General. How many times can you learn how Burger Chef failed, or watch Chris Chambliss' 1976 pennant winning homer for the Yankees, or even replay Ray Allen's miracle 3-pointer that helped LeBron win his second title with the Heat. Tapping on it will give users options ranging from "Never" to "Every 180 minutes". Once you set proper timing of reminder, you would receive a notification and the video which you are watching will be paused at that very moment. In Android P, you can mute the notifications from an app and that will be suggested to you if you swipe notifications to get rid of them.

In addition, there are just two added features inside the new YouTube notifications menu. So whenever yo want to set a reminder to stop watching the YouTube's videos, you can go to the Settings option and can set the reminder as per your requirements.

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This "take a break" feature does exactly what it sounds like. We likely will continue to tell you more details about Google I/O in the coming days. This type of updates take longer than expected and Google might have released this update in phases.

These new features will not be the final ones from Google created to help make people shut down their phone for just a little while. It will reach to your region very soon.

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