There is an interesting feature called Autoplay on YouTube. Once you have watched your favorite videos, it automatically plays next one based on your search history. I like this feature a lot as you don’t have to worry about what to watch next.

But, what if you don’t like the autoplay of videos? You can easily stop YouTube from playing the next video automatically both on your smartphone (Android, iOS) and computer. Let’s find out!

How to Turn Off Autoplay in YouTube on Android and iPhone

How to Turn Off Autoplay in YouTube on Android and iPhone

Note: If you are connected to a mobile network and have been inactive for 30 minutes, YouTube will stop playing videos automatically.

If you are on Wi-Fi, autoplay will stop after four hours.

Step #1. Launch YouTube app on your smartphone.

Launch YouTube app on your smartphone

Step #2. Next, you need to Play any video.

Next, you need to play any video

Step #3. Now, you have to turn off the Autoplay switch at the top of the Up Next section.

Turn off the Autoplay switch

How to Disable Autoplay Videos in YouTube on Computer

Step #1. Head over to www.youtube.com on your computer.

Step #2. Next, play any Video. Then, you need to click on the settings icon at the corner of the video player.

Play any Video. Then, you need to click on the settings

Step #3. Next, select Off next to the Autoplay option.

Select Off next to the Autoplay option

Alternately, you can turn off the Autoplay switch above the Up Next section on the video page.

How to Enable Autoplay Videos in YouTube

Later if you want to enable autoplay videos, you need to toggle on the switch next to Autoplay by following the above-mentioned steps.

To enable autoplay videos, you need to toggle on

That’s all!

YouTube is one of the finest entertainment apps. Whether you want to watch your favorite movie/video, play the song, enjoy any live game, watch any tutorial and much more, it is the one-stop platform. Its popularity is unmatched thanks to superior features.

Which is your favorite feature on YouTube? Feel free to share your views/feedback in the comments below or on Facebook,Twitter, and Google Plus.