Facebook Introduce Live Audio Feature

In Facebook, Technology Dec 21, 2016
Facebook Introduce Live Audio Feature

The Facebook is working hard to bring new features. They are continually improving the user experience and allowing users to share the things and connect with people more easily. The Facebook is getting the facebook and listening to their users to build new features.

The Facebook partners demand to see a new type of live feature. They recently about a week ago introudced Live 360 Degree Videos feature, and today they are excited to announce Live Audio feature, Another way to go live on Facebook.

Facebook Live Audio Feature

Facebook explore that sometimes publishers want to publish their story on Facebook without video, they want to share only audio. This new feature allows going live in a creative way and audiences with audio only. You will able to added a still image to your broadcast audio.

The new Live Audio option makes it easy to go live with audio only when that’s the broadcaster’s preferred format. The feature is specially designed for the publishers who want to go live but don’t have high network connectivity in their area.

The Live Audio also have the alert option if the user signal is frail. It presents another option for connecting with audiences in real time from low-connectivity areas.

With this new feature, Facebook users now able to find the solution of the problem in not only video format but also in audio format. If users internet has poor speed, and not able to watch the video than they can still listen the only sound.

Another major thing that they people often live to hear to audio while doing their work. This smart feature will all android user to continue to listen to the live sound broadcast event they leave the Facebook app or lock their phones, while iOS listeners will be able to keep looking as they browse other parts of Facebook.

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be testing Live Audio with several partners, including BBC World Service, LBC, Harper Collins, and authors Adam Grant and Brit Bennett. Early next year, we plan to make this new format more broadly available to publishers and people.

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