Facebook Has Launched live Audio


Popular social media platform Facebook has launched a live audio service. According to the Associated Press (AP), the service is currently being piloted for iPhone users in the United States only. Comes with a podcast facility.

Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder, and CEO of Facebook said the live audio service will be launched worldwide soon.

A maximum of 50 people can participate in a live audio session. Users will be able to listen to audio on a mini-player or full-screen player while running Facebook, according to a report in the European media North State Journal.

Listeners will be able to participate in the discussion through the Hand-Raise option during the audio live. There is also a system to react in real-time.


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