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August 30, 2018 Thursday 04:55:43 PM IST

Facebook Watch video service now available worldwide

Technology Inceptions

Facebook's Watch video-streaming service is rolling out worldwide, just over a year after its US launch.

The Facebook Watch icon is located in the shortcuts bar or the “More” bookmark. "At the top of your Watch feed you’ll see your Watch list, a collection of recent videos from Pages you follow,"

Watch is often portrayed as a rival to Google's YouTube, but it competes for attention against traditional TV channels and online outlets. Facebook claims the advantage of Facebook Watch platform is the ways it helps viewers interact with others.


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