YouTube’s best component for bringing on videos: playback speed control. It’s been around on the desktop for quite a long time and is helpful for when you have to cross instructional tutorials, lectures and much more in a limited amount of time. Also, now, it would seem that it may soon come on your phones as well.
9to5Google reports that it’s detected a speed control option in the three specks menu on a Pixel with the most recent form of the YouTube Android application. There aren’t numerous different reports of it yet (we couldn’t discover it on our phones either), so it’s reasonable this is as of now being tried on few handsets with a server-side update.
Similarly, as with YouTube’s desktop player, you can back off video to 0.75x, 0.5x or 0.25x the ordinary speed, or start it up to 1.25x, 1.5x or 2x. This feature is extremely useful when someone wants a closer look at the details.