One big disadvantage of the YouTube mobile app is that it doesn't support playing back videos in the background, reasonably since Google wants you to watch ads on videos from where they earn revenue. Once you switch to the other app, YouTube stops playing.
If you're using Android 7.0 that adds support for displaying more than one app at the same time, you will be able to run YouTube side-by-side or one-above-the-other in split-screen mode.
But this feature is not better than the experience gained in a third party app called Stream.
Stream offers you an excellent player for YouTube music in a small floating window so that you can do other things you need, like sending out a message to your buddy, while listening to YouTube music on your mobile device.
It is available in Android and Windows 10. Check out more details of this excellent app with the link below.
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