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One of the biggest first-world problems of the past decade has been our inability to listen to our favourite songs on YouTube while doing other things on our iPhones. As many of you remind us in our Facebook comments regularly, scientists can land robots on a comet, but as soon as you close out of your YouTube app or tab on your phone, the music stops abruptly. But clever tech lovers online have found a work-around for this problem for iPhone users at least , and we've done our own testing to prove that it really does work - the only thing that we can't figure out is why we weren't made aware of this sooner. To make this work, you first need to ditch the official YouTube app admit it, it's terrible for searching anyway and find your favourite song on YouTube via your Safari browser. Start it playing, skip through the ad, and then hit the home button to take you back to your home screen. Predictably, the music will stop. Seriously, it's as simple as that. If you're not using headphones, or they don't have one of those little buttons on the cord, that's fine too.