Facebook starts rolling out next week with Live Video for Android




Facebook’s Android users from next week provide access to the Live Video service, which already released for iOS it recently. Live Video for Android is the first out should follow shortly thereafter in the United States, but other countries.

That left the company behind the social networking site to know in a message on his website. Starting next week, users of the Facebook application on Android a button in which a live video broadcast can be started. Users can thereby choose who can follow the live video, so for example, not necessarily all Facebook friends have access to data.

Incidentally, the roll is currently only for US users, though Facebook also promises Android users to view parts of the world access. Other countries should follow shortly after the US release, but many details are still missing. So it is not clear exactly how long it will take and what countries it goes.

Last month brought Facebook’s Live Video service for all iOS, and now is to use the feature already in many different countries. Incidentally, this involves yet a limited rollout, so not everybody has access to the feature.


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