YouTube is the latest to limit its streaming quality worldwide, following a similar move by Netflix and Amazon.
The move is to minimize the heavy traffic during the coronavirus outbreak – when more people are home and spend more time on the internet.
Users will view YouTube videos in standard definition first and can either choose to watch in high definition or not.
The video and music streaming platform will limit the quality of video based on your internet connection.
Netflix recently announced it is lowering video quality for its subscribers in Canada. The streaming giant recently introduced bandwidth measures in Europe, India, Australia, New Zealand and other countries.