Now that facebook has enabled Instagram, WhatsApp, and even Messenger with snapchat’s stories feature. It will now likely to add this feature to its own mobile app also.
Social networking giant Facebook is announcing new Stories feature for its mobile app. Yes, that’s Snapchat Stories inside Facebook. They will be displayed like on Instagram, above your News Feed. And of course every photo and video you share in a Story disappears after 24 hours. By default content you put inside a Story only appears there. In order to make it show up on your Timeline or News Feed you’ll need to post it there too. To add stuff to your Story, just tap on Your Story in the Stories bar.
You will see direct call option on the left side of the bar. That will let you share individual photos and videos with specific friends only, and for a limited time. The people you share such things with will be able to view them each once and replay or write a reply. The content is no longer visible once the conversation about it ends.


Facebook is also introducing camera effects on its mobile app also which lets user to add masks, frames, and interactive filters, all ready to be applied to your photos and videos. There are reactive effects which let you interact with dynamic objects in real time, and style effects that apply an artistic filter over your video in real time. Masks are available for many upcoming movies, thanks to the social network’s brand partnerships. This feature could be accessed by tapping the camera icon in the top left of the eponymous app for iOS or Android will give you a new in-app camera experience.



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