If virtually all Facebook users connect from mobile, there are a number of limitations of the application for smartphones that is no longer valid. Hence, Facebook just added an extraordinary feature to its app.
Facebook Just Added An Extraordinary Feature To Its App
If virtually all Facebook users connect from mobile, there are a number of limitations of the application for smartphones that is no longer valid. The company knows and has therefore begun to get rid of some, such as avoiding uploading videos in high definition.
As you know that frequently updated Facebook application for iOS and Android devices incorporating exciting new features. As echoes, the Android Police team, the Facebook for Android users can finally enjoy uploading videos in HD almost two years after iOS users.
Specifically, the new option of which I am speaking right now is available in the settings menu of the application (with the option of uploading in HD). Although the change would have begun to be available for a few weeks, it is now that seems to be available for all users of the application. This is an excellent news for many users, especially if we consider that the smartphones with Android can record in HD and 4K qualities for a long time.
Before starting to share this type of high-quality videos on social networks, keep in mind that this videos will have higher resolution, greater weight, or mega gigs and therefore those will also consume higher data. If you are not connected to a WiFi network, you better to have a good data rate. Otherwise, you may find an unpleasant surprise on the bill.
In addition to the above, the social media giant Facebook would be testing other developments in the app for Android. According to Android Police, the social network would be studying the reception of these developments with a small group of users.
One of the most striking is that of floating windows that allow continuing to view content thereof while use other applications or downloaded videos for viewing offline.
The decision to extend this feature to mobile devices responds to the strategy of Facebook, which wants to compete with YouTube in the video sector. So far, in recent months it has boosted the number of video views on its website, although it is not known how many of them have to do with the option to Play Automatically activated by default on smartphones.