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For some months now, the mobile version of the YouTube app
on both iOS and Android platform has enabled mobile users to effortlessly forward
or rewind clips by double-tapping the video window. An integrally useful trick,
making video navigation very easy and simple.
How to change the YouTube seek time on Android and iOS

By default, the YouTube app will forward/advanced or rewind
the video the user is watching by 10 seconds. That may be okay for most practices,
however, there’s always the option that you might want to have a stronger control
with how much time this gesture will go through.

Yes, you can do that and below is how to do it:
  • Step 1. Of
    course, you will need to launch the YouTube app so as to effect the required
    changes. In order to do that, just tap on your profile picture in the app, the
    one in the upper right corner.
How to change the YouTube seek time on Android and iOS
  • Step 2. Then go
    to Settings.
How to change the YouTube seek time on Android and iOS

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  • Step 3. For iOS
    users, the Double-tap to seek feature is situated in a pretty easy-to-locate
    spot. For Android, however, you will need to move to the General tab.
How to change the YouTube seek time on Android and iOS
  • Step 4. Lastly,
    you can decide on a new seek timing for the YouTube app. You can either go for
    an ultra-short 5-second time interval or hop around in 1-minute intervals
    around the video, which might come in handy for longer videos.

    How to change the YouTube seek time on Android and iOS

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