Facebook Live coming to Android

Facebook logoFacebook Live enables you to share your perspectives in real time through videos and starting from next week, the feature will going start rolling out the ability for people on Android.

Facebook Live will be availablke to ANdroid users in the U.S., with more countries coming soon. Facebook says that people in more than 30 countries can already share live video via iOS, with more countries around the world to be added in the coming weeks.

To share live video, simply tap "What’s on your mind?" at the top of News Feed and select the Live Video icon. You can write a quick description and select the audience before going live. During your broadcast, you’ll see the number of live viewers, the names of friends who are tuning in, and respond to a real-time stream of comments. When you end your broadcast, it will be saved on your Timeline like any other video, which you can then delete or keep for your friends to watch later.

Facebook Live coming to Android

You can discover live videos from your friends and public figures you follow right in News Feed. While watching a live video, you can tap the Subscribe button to get notified the next time the broadcaster goes live.

Facebook Live is also available to public figures and Pages.

Source: CDRinfo

Tags: Facebook, social networks

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