Not a fan of Facebook's autoplay feature for videos on your iPhone or Android device? You can disable it, but only on cellular networks.
Videos uploaded to the social network will play silently without prompt for a small group of members using mobile devices.
Zuckerberg and friends are reportedly foisting even more ads upon its unsuspecting customers, and these ones will move!
As an added security measure, or even a convenience, this a setting worth looking into.
The social network is rumored to be amping up its video ads by adding in autoplay, audience targeting, and video expansion.
That AutoPlay window may be useful for some users, but the rest of us find it incredibly annoying--especially since there's no obvious way to disable it. Here's how.
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Twitter's Mac client now supports image previews, just like the Android, iOS, and Web versions. And just like the mobile clients, you can turn it off.
Hiding in the shadow of the flashy Quattron Plus tech, Sharp's top of the range TV offers a true 4K panel with four 60Hz-compatible HDMI inputs.