The world is becoming virtual and every citizen (or netizen) is related to each other.
The area of their interests ranges from politics to defense, literature to technology, food to games and more.
All major social media networks including Facebook, Twitter, You Tube and Instagram have videos set to autoplay.
It is annoying to say the least, considering there are times when we are just casually browsing on our favorite social network and all of a sudden a video starts playing.
But if you are using Twitter app on i Devices, you must be flabbergasted by the automatically played videos and GIFs, while you are reading an interesting article of your role model. But you can disable the setting with ease unless you enjoy sudden battery drain-outs or unfiltered and nasty visual content on your device.
For those who are annoyed with unwanted videos being downloaded on their i Phone, i Pad or i Pod Touch, there is an option to stop the automatic playing of the videos and GIFs on Twitter.
Video playback also uses data – which is fine if you are on a wi-fi network but less so if you are out and about and have limited data on your phone.
Here’s how to stop them playing automatically on a computer, Android or IOS device.o you want to post automatic your Facebook status updates to your Twitter account? By applying this method, you can now automatically tweet what you updates on your Facebook account.This is an inbuilt feature of Facebook by which you can automatic tweet your Facebook shared status update, photos, videos, links, notes or events.It is even more annoying when webpages play videos automatically and we scramble around searching where is the sound coming from.The autoplay videos also make sure that our limited mobile data bandwidth gets sucked in pre-loading those videos.With videos becoming an extensive part of our web browsing, it’s no surprise that all the social networks are making sure you don’t miss out on any videos.