By default, videos will start playing on your news feed as you scroll up or down. This could be sometime annoying, you could try to stop these autoplay videos. The surprise issue is that, there is no way or option to disable autoplay videos on instagram.
I guess why users are curious to turn off autoplay videos on instagram is the fact that it consumed more of your data. Most especially, when you are on data plan via the mobile data bundle. The more video you play on you news feed, the more data require, the more money will be required to buy another data bundle.
It is not a problem if we are connected to an unlimited WIFI network but it becomes when we use Internet using our mobile network data as explained above and operators offer a very limited amount of GB in their offers.
The risk is to lost all the GBs before the natural renewal of the offer that is active. To reduce the amount of mobile data used by the Instagram application, you can choose to stop instagram autoplay videos.
How to Turn Off Autoplay Videos on Instagram in Android
Step 1 ====> Open Instagram on your device, go to your own page by tapping the user icon on the bottom right.
Step 2 ====> On your profile, navigate to the settings screen by tapping the three vertical dots at the top right corner on your screen, while on iPhone a gear icon.
Step 3 ====> In the settings screen, scroll to the Settings section and then click on Cellular Data Use.
Step 4 ====> Select Use less data to prevent Instagram from pre-uploading videos when connected to the internet using the mobile network
Procedure completed. By checking the item Use less data you have chosen not to preload videos on Instagram via mobile connections.