Google has been hyping its new autoplay-blocking feature for months. But it turns out the feature isn't quite ready for primetime.
The search giant has quietly disabled Chrome's autoplay-blocking feature for videos using the Web Audio API, which includes many online games.
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Previously, Chrome would, by default, mute websites that autoplayed videos with sound. It was meant to do away with annoying ads and popups.
2 months ago, Mashable, Technology