YouTube removed the tap on seek bar behavior to get rid of the accidental touches. But that is good, only on paper. In real use scenario, several users still prefer the old tap on the seek bar option…

Tap the seek bar to skip feature was pretty convenient, as you simply needed to tap on the seek bar to go forward or backward on a video.

However, this feature has now been removed from the YouTube app. Apparently, a new server-side update went live recently, and it disabled this YouTube tap the seek bar to skip feature.

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