If you're a YouTube Premium subscriber, you may be uncomfortable with "Autoplay on Home." According to the Google-owned video hosting company, there are a number of features that have been available on the streaming service for more than six months now, which is why the main YouTube app is getting it.
We are talking about Android and iOS versions, although mobile users on either platform want to have their hands fixed on their devices.
Once you've done that, you'll get a big change on your YouTube app's home tab, which wants to play without sound or you want to scroll and decide what you're interested in watching the old fashioned way.
That's one way to look at the feature, but if it sounds more annoying than useful, do not worry Simply select your account icon, tap settings, then autoplay, and finally, autoplay on home to toggle on or off. These are straightforward instructions, as well as iPhones and iPads, and it's just as effortlessly making use of Wi-Fi connections.
For its part, YouTube insists on "optimizing" the amount of data videos in general and autoplaying vids specifically use up nowadays.