Media and substance companies truly like reviewing content as you look through their lists. Somebody must’ve concluded that this was more immersive and interactive at one point and now every application does it, from Netflix to YouTube, the Play Store, your Google Discover, and more. The element is spreading to YouTube Music, yet at any rate it just influences video thumbnails, not ordinary album art. Also, you can turn it off, clearly.
The alternative has been popping randomly for a year — it even went live on iOS before Android — yet it presently is by all accounts truly live for all with v4.07.51 (APK Mirror) of YouTube Music.
You’ll see it when you’re looking through your Home or Explore tabs: video thumbnails like the ones in the Recommended music recordings and Live exhibitions lines will show a vivified GIF-like see. I guess that can be helpful in case you’re searching for a specific exhibition or video variant and the cover thumbnail isn’t descriptive enough.
However, on the off chance that you’d rather disable this, you can go to the application’s settings and search for Show animated thumbnails. You can turn it off there, or just enable it on Wi-Fi.
In the event that you need to see your thumbnails become animated in YouTube Music, ensure you’re on the most recent v4.07.51 release, which is additionally accessible on APK Mirror.