The social network giant Facebook is testing a new feature to further enhance the video contents of its own social network platform, but without damaging the dynamics of users.
As reported in Techcrunch, the social network giant Facebook is currently testing a new feature called Instant Videos, which takes advantage when the mobile is connected to the WiFi, to download and store the videos in the cache. Hence, if it happens then simply we can see the videos offline as for an example you can see in the image below that was shared by the Matt Navarra:-
That way, the user will be able to watch the videos at any time, regardless of whether he or she no longer has Wi-Fi, and without damaging their data plan. An interesting strategy for users to consume more video content from the mobile device, since they will not be aware of their data.
However, the social network giant Facebook has not given many details about it, because at the moment it is only an experimental test, with a small group of Android users. So we do not know what criteria the social network giant Facebook will use to choose the videos that are grouped within this function, could be, for example, those that are part of the News Feed.
After evaluating how this dynamic works among users participating in the test, it may be that the social network giant Facebook considered taking the function one step further and extending it to all its users.
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