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Facebook Live puts video streaming to the next level

2 minute read | January 1, 1999 Share Share

Facebook Live is changing its game, it will not be an ordinary video streaming for Facebook recently announced that they are adapting filters similar from Snapchat. Snapchat is one of the most used photo and video sharing app which allows users to add different filters to their photos and videos. Filters like dogs, strawberries, angels, devils, face swapping and so on are being enjoyed by many users.

Last March, Facebook acquired an app called MSQRD. It is an app that offers filters for video selfies to its users just like Snapchat. This coming few weeks, Facebook Live will enable its app users to broadcast their selves using MSQRD’s different filters. Users can now more enjoy their video conversation with each other because of MSQRD’s weird and silly filters. Worried that the filter won’t look good on you? Don’t worry because you can try the filters first before broadcasting. Aside from this, Facebook Live will soon add some changes on it by letting its users schedule their video. Through the help of this, users can gather audience by announcing the scheduled time and date. Most probably, this feature will be enjoyed by people who loves adding different filters on their pictures and videos. Facebook is constantly improving their services. Hopefully, this feature will put video streaming to the next level.



Lee, T. (2016, June 25). Facebook Live Will Soon Get Snapchat-Like Filters. Ubergizmo. Retrieved from

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