LOOPING videos on YouTube is seriously handy – and easy to do.
In fact, there are several different ways to loop videos on YouTube.
But why would you want to loop a YouTube clip?
Maybe you've got a song you just can't stop listening to.
Or perhaps you want to fall asleep to the sound of rain, but can't find a long-enough video.
You might even want to set a lovely fireplace scene as a giant screensaver on a TV.
Whatever the reason, looping YouTube videos is a handy trick you should probably learn.
On desktop YouTube, you can right click a video to bring up a menu.
There's the option to loop built directly into YouTube.
Click it and away you go – thanks, Google.
The video will loop over and over, and won't stop until you cancel the loop or close the tab.
Looping on mobile is trickier, but not impossible.
The best way to do it is to create a playlist and add the video into it.
You can then use the playlist menu to choose the Repeat option, which will loop the playlist as a whole.
And if there's only one video in the playlist, the video itself will loop continuously.
In other news, Bill Gates has said he only uses Android phones because they make things "easier" for him.
Samsung has launched a "try before you buy" scheme for its most expensive mobiles to date.
Apple is rumoured to be working on a foldable phone to rival Samsung.
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