You Can Now Stream Facebook Videos On TV, Know How

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[caption id="attachment_232110" align="aligncenter" width="700"]Representational image of user casting Facebook content on television. Representational image of user casting Facebook content on television.[/caption] Well known social media platform Facebook has announced its new feature, using which, users will now be able to watch their news feed videos on their televisions. Users with iOS devices can stream their videos via Apple TV, AirPlay devices, Google Chromecast and Google Cast devices, Tech Crunch reported on Tuesday. Also Read: New Facebook Messenger App To Include Data Saver Mode The move can help Facebook generate more video ad revenue. To use the new feature, find a video on your phone or desktop, tap the TV button in the top right and then select the device you want to stream through. "You can keep scrolling through the feed and using Facebook while the video continues to stream," the report added. The feature is currently available on iOS and will come to Android devices soon. YouTube and Twitter-owned Periscope already allow users to stream their videos onto televisions.

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