It looks like there's no stopping Facebook from its copying spree that has resulted in Snapchat's "Stories" feature now coming to Facebook's main application.
The objective is to make the new camera, stories and Direct an easy option for users to see the globe with the help of photos and videos sharing.
Facebook will not only take inspiration from Snapchat with its camera and filters, but it's also on a feature similar to Snapchat's Stories - which have already been added to Facebook's Instagram and Messenger.
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The updated camera is rolling around first to iOS users, so move over to the App Store and update the app to see if it's spread out to you yet. With this update, you'll be able to open phone's camera to do a photo or video post by tapping the camera icon on the top left corner of your Facebook app.
Thanks to Facebook, you no longer have to use Snapchat to, well, use Snapchat. This allows users to send photos or videos only to specific friends or family with precision. These effects allow users to interact with dynamic object in photos and videos, while the style effects will add an artistic vibe to the composition. It's also adding two new ways to communicate with friends called Stories and Direct. Facebook Stories will appear at the top of your News Feed. After 24 hours, posts in your story disappear forever. Shares of the parent company of Snapchat, which popularized the sharing of digitally decorated photos, especially among teenagers, fell 5 percent in morning trading Tuesday after Facebook's announcement.
Facebook says it is also partnering with brands to create masks for upcoming movies Alien: Covenant, Despicable Me 3, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Power Rangers, Smurfs: The Lost Villageand Wonder Woman. Once those photos or videos are viewed once, a person can reply or react before they disappear. The photos and videos shared in Facebook Stories won't show in your general feed unless you share them there as well.