The quality of videos you stream on YouTube is the highest determinant of how much data the platform will consume. YouTube offers a variety of video quality (up to 1080p), and expectedly, the higher the quality you stream at, the more data the app gulp off your internet bandwidth.
The default streaming quality on YouTube is predetermined by factors like the quality of your internet connection, screen size, quality of video uploaded, etc.
Whatever the default video quality is, it is recommended that you reduce it to the lowest level, where the content of the video is still very much visible to you.
Here’s how to do that on mobile and PC.
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