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New Facebook Live Streaming Video Feature Rolls Out

Now you can access live videos streaming and video calling without any interruptions in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. The credit for this seamless experience goes to all new Facebook Live Streaming Video Feature that will make it easy for non-users to watch live video streams from their mobile devices, and the best part is that they do not need to have a Facebook account for the same.

Go Live with new Facebook live video streaming feature

Amid the worldwide lockdown because of COVID-19 outbreak, a huge boom has been noticed in the demand of live video streaming on the social media. To cope up with the “unprecedented” surge in demand, the social media giant Facebook took matters in hand and introduced Live Streaming Video Feature which is going to allow non-Facebook users to enjoy the live stream videos from mobile phone, which was previously only available on desktop.

Surely, this is going to be an awesome initiative by Facebook team to bring some relief to people stuck at home, away from family and battling self-isolation because of a social distancing measure to curb the spread of the novel COVID-19 virus.

This awesome feature for video streaming is already available to Android users and will be rolling out to iPhone users in recent months.

Facebook launching Public Switch Telephone Network soon

The social media giant is also planning to add new features that will allow the live stream performers to reach those without a smartphone or access to consistent mobile data. This feature is known as “Public Switch Telephone Network,” and it will allow people to listen in on a livestream via a toll free number, similar to calling into a conference call.

A new “Audio Only” mode unveiled

Interestingly, Facebook Live is planning to unveil a new “audio only” mode so viewers can listen in without watching the accompanying video. The updated feature can also help the company deal with the sudden surge in demand for its services which is due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Facebook also said it’s working hard to meet the internet demand, as more and more people turn to its messaging apps to stay in touch with friends, family and loved ones. Both video calling and live streaming take up a lot of internet traffic and resources, and if more users take advantage of features like audio only or calling into livestreams instead, it could also help Facebook conserve resources.

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