Facebook Video Live Streaming Comes to Android

F acebook expanded its video live-streaming feature to more users by making it available to US A...

Facebook expanded its video live-streaming feature to more users by making it available to US Android users.



Live-streaming allows users to start live video broadcasts from withing the Facebook mobile app.

The feature competes with Twitter's Periscope app.
Facebook Live already had been available to US iOS users.
In addition, Facebook expanded the iOS feature to more than 30 countries.

Facebook Video Live Streaming at Android & iOS

To use the new feature on the iOS or Android mobile app, be sure to have the latest version of the Facebook app.  Then tap the status update icon and then tap the Live Video icon.

We know that people on Android love interacting with live videos —more than 50% of people watching live videos are using Android devices. We’re excited to announce that in the next week we are going to start rolling out the ability for people on Android to share live video. We’re starting our Android roll-out in the U.S., with more countries coming soon.


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.

Facebook Live is also available to public figures and Pages. Learn more in our Help Center

Lights! Camera! Action!  You'll broadcast live to your Facebook connections.
Enjoy!

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