Facebook brings new live stream features to demand

Facebook brings new live stream features to demand
Facebook brings new live stream features to demand

Facebook has introduced new livestream features in the face of huge demand.  In addition to the new features, the user will have access to the livestream even though there is no Facebook account.

 The netizens have long been keen to get this feature on live video.  Although Facebook has this feature on desktops, it has not been for mobile device platforms so far.  Meanwhile, the feature has come out for Android users.  The feature will be rolling out to iOS users "in the coming weeks," said Facebook.  - News technology site Engadget.

 Facebook is also planning to introduce new options for livestreamers called "public switch telephone".  With the option of live streamers you can reach out to those who are outside the scope of smartphone or reliable mobile data.  Interested people can listen to the live stream audio by calling 'toll free' instead of the new option.  There is also a new "Audio Only" mode coming.  If you do not watch the video through this mode, you can listen to the audio only Facebook users.

 Netizens have increased their presence in Facebook service in an "unprecedented" way because of the coronavirus epidemic.  Facebook said the company has to eat ice cream to keep its traffic healthy.  Countless people are turning to Facebook's messaging app to keep looking for love.

 Meanwhile, Facebook has reduced the quality of its video stream in Europe to reduce the pressure on the Internet.  Engadget reports that netizens will also help Facebook relieve the pressure on bandwidth if new audio is used online or in livestream call features.