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Thursday, 24 June 2010 10:16

YouTube adds vuvuzela button

Written by Fudzilla staff


Just what we always wanted
For reasons unknown, YouTube has decided to add a vuvuzela button on some of its featured videos. It looks like a small football in the bottom right corner of the player and it’s hard to miss.

Of course, adding the most annoying sound known to man to videos might not seem like a good idea, but at least the user can switch it on or off. Sadly, the same cannot be said for thousands of daft football fans who seem to like the godawful racket.

The feature is not available on all YouTube videos. We would love to see it on Steve Jobs’s or Steve Ballmer’s keynotes. It would make them more bearable.

Fudzilla staff

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