Facebook is trying hard to give a fair challenge to YouTube with its video streaming service. Several features have already been added to ensure an incredible video viewing experience for the users. Now, the company has quietly added a floating video feature to Facebook, though limited to some users. The feature is possibly in testing phase.
Facebook has added a new button that when pushed allows video to be popped out from the newsfeed so you can keep watching as you scroll. Once pressed, the video continues playing and floats out on the lower left of the screen. Users can drag the video anywhere on the screen and directly like or share at any point. The floating video however stops working if user heads to a different page.
– Facebook Floating Video Feature
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