After bringing Snapchat Stories to Instagram and Facebook Messenger (no Facebook did not buy Snapchat yet), the company is now bringing the "Stories" features to the Facebook camera (aren't you bored already!). One of the most interesting features of Facebook Stories is the new Direct messaging system.
Facebook's new camera app is heavily inspired from Snapchat's camera, which offers filters and masks for both front and rear camera. Facebook has also partnered up with a number of major film makers to add new masks from Power Rangers, Alien: Covenant, Despicable Me 3, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, Wonder Woman and Smurfs: Lost Village.
The social media giant Facebook has been continually rolling out a new feature every other month though it has been targeted for having copied majority from Snapchat. Stories won't appear on the Timeline or in News Feed unless posted there and the photos or videos from Your Story section can be viewed your friends for 24 hours. Users, who are having an OS of iOS and Android, could tap on the camera icon on the social media's top left corner. Once the conversation on the photo or video ends, the content will automatically disappear.
Facebook is rolling out an app update starting Tuesday.
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If you thought Instagram Stories were basically a direct copy of Snapchat, you haven't seen anything yet. The pics and videos that are sent directly to friends disappear after they've been viewed and can be replayed once. While this gives Facebook users another cool feature to play around with, it also adds to the clutter and makes the app more resource intensive.
FILE - In this May 16, 2012 file photo, the Facebook logo is displayed on an iPad in Philadelphia.
The Facebook announcement came a day after Snap was hit with a flurry of mostly positive Wall Street ratings, including a buy rating from Goldman Sachs.