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Facebook comes with video chat app for students
Facebook has announced Life Stage, a new communication app that works mainly with video and is designed for people up to 21 years. Users with a number of pre-recorded videos to express their mood and communicate with schoolmates.
The application was developed under the leadership of Facebook employee Michael Sayman, in a post on the social network announced the arrival of Life Stage. The video chat app is currently only available in the United States, where school communities are given access if enough members sign up; so can schoolmates communicate through Life Stage as there are more than twenty profiles of the same school. Because Facebook focuses brought on school-aged people there is an age limit of 21 years, which means that profiles of older people are not visible.
Users can build a profile which they can express themselves with video. For example by including states of mind, such as angry, sad and happy. Also, there can be included a video that the user associates with nice things. Users can also replace these videos again, as they have a better shot. Facebook sees this series of ’emotion-videos “as a kind of extension of the profile picture.
Stage of Life also comes to Dutch students is still unclear. Probably wants to acquire Facebook in the United States experience first with the video chat app, before it comes to other countries.
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