It just seems irresponsible for an app to play video if someone is on mobile data... like FAcebook's auto-play videos which thankfully you can set to only work on WiFi (or not at all)... it seems this model is quite common so it's a bit weird the central ad service(?) does't follow this. In many scenarios I wouldn't have good enough signal for video anyway... what happens then? – Mr. Boy Jul 28 '16 at 13:37
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