As demand for live video increased during the COVID-19 lockdown, Facebook is now allowing non-Facebook users to watch live streams from mobile devices, a feature previously only available on desktop, but now on mobile phones Can be used. The new feature is already available for Android users and is scheduled to roll out on iOS phones in the coming weeks. This information is being revealed through a publication on the Internet.
Not only this, new options like ‘Public Switch Telephone Network’ are also being added by Facebook, which will allow people to listen livestream through a toll free number.
Facebook Live is also working on the “audio only” mode.
Social media giant Facebook is experiencing a massive boom in the use of its apps as billions of people are currently staying at home. The sari world is currently facing an epidemic like Covid-19.
Seventy percent more people are using group video calls and spending more time in the midst of the new coronovirus epidemic than watching Facebook and Instagram live. To manage an unprecedented load on the Internet’s infrastructure as more people stay home during lockdown, Facebook and Instagram on Tuesday announced a reduction in video quality in India as well as Latin America. This has also been done to reduce the use of the Internet.