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We all know that Facebook users are simply watching and sharing more videos on Facebook than ever. Hence, the social media giant Facebook remains continuously focused on improving the Facebook video experience.

Facebook Just Introduced New Ways To Watch Facebook Video

As Cisco statistics pointed out a few years ago, videos will be (and already is) a major digital content, and in that sense, it is important that companies provide the best tools to view this type of content.

Aware of this need, the social media giant Facebook announced that it will soon make available a TV application to ensure the best viewing experience for live videos and broadcasts. But there is more news.

According to the recent announcement, Facebook will soon launch its TV apps, especially for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Samsung Smart TV.

The company also notes that there are more platforms that will soon have support for these apps. The goal is to ensure that the user has the best experience in viewing videos, and can save the contents for later viewing, upload videos, share with friends, etc.

This new app will undoubtedly be a real competitor to the YouTube app that already exists for TVs. But there is more news.

According to the ad, in addition to the app for TVs, from now the videos will start automatically (and with sound). If your smartphone is in mute mode, the videos will still be played automatically but not muted.

However, if you never want videos to play with sound, then don’t worry about that, as you can simply disable this feature by switching off “Videos in News Feed Start With Sound” in the Settings option.

Another news is that it is now possible to read the news feed and watch Facebook videos simultaneously as the social media giant Facebook just introduced new ways to watch Facebook videos.



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