Facebook app for iOS is quite interactive but has one serious shortfall – It has in-app sounds enabled by default. Although this feature is useful, most people find it downright annoying. So, if you are trying to figure out a way to disable Facebook’s In-App sound effects, read this post.
How to disable Facebook’s In-App sound effects on the iOS platform?
Switching to the sound of silence is easy. Simply follow the steps outlined in the post to disable Facebook’s In-App sound effects on iPhone.
- Launch the Facebook App.
- Open the Facebook app.
- Tap Menu.
- Choose Settings and Privacy to go to Settings.
- Select Media and Contacts
- Tap Sounds.
- Toggle off the In-App Sound option.
- For the Messenger app, open Messenger.
- Tap your Display Picture.
- Go to the Preferences section.
- Select Notifications & Sounds.
- Toggle off the Sounds and Vibrations switch.
The process of doing the same may differ a bit if you are using your Mac computer to login Facebook or Messenger app. Let’s proceed and see how to turn off Facebook sounds iPhone.
Launch the Facebook app for iOS on your iPhone.
Tap Menu, visible in the lower-right corner of the screen.
Navigate to Settings and Privacy.
Tap it to choose the Settings option.
Scroll down to the Media and Contacts section.
Choose Sounds option.
Toggle off the In-App Sound option.
Similarly, For the Messenger app on iOS, tap your Display Picture.
Go to the Preferences section.
Select Notifications and Sounds.
Now, to turn off Messenger notifications sounds on iPhone, toggle off the Sounds and Vibrations switch next to While Using the App option.
In addition to the above, if you would like to disable the audio in a video that starts playing automatically when you browse your news feed, flip the slider from the ‘On’ position to ‘off’. This setting can be immensely useful in environments where you do not want Facebook videos blaring in public while you are busy browsing through your news feed.
That’s all there is to it!