Simple Mac app for floating a YouTube video on your screen

#4 Product of the DayJuly 01, 2018

FloatPlayer is a simple Mac app that plays a floating YouTube-video on your screen. The player is visible even on top of full-screen apps.

It's also completely open source.

Check it out on GitHub.

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I don't really see the point. You can just right click on a youtube video and use picture-in-picture mode.
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@leonardrockstar that’s only on Safari
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How is this different to Helium or Aurora on macOS?
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@hellotom I had never heard of either, but I suppose it's not very different. (It is actually quite a funny coincidence that the screenshot on Helium's page also displays the video on top of Xcode viewing the apps source code.)
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Opera browser has this functionality built in
I love it. Will be awesome to something like this exists for Netflix/Prime. Quick suggestion. Why not provide search results within the app itself ? I'm guessing YouTube Data API v3 provides it.
That's great but I am missing two basic functions: - search on YouTube - ability to click on next video