Why do you need to settle for viewing your FAVORITE Facebook videos just on the PC and mobile screens if you can really watch them on TV which is comparatively a bigger screen?
Facebook has replaced the small screens in your pockets. Facebook now lets you stream videos through Apple TV and Google Chrome-cast. This new video streaming phase introduction involves a dedicated & passionate work and a numerous step wise trails over past few years for the entire transformation to take place into a bonafide online platform.
Today the world’s largest and the most popular social network announced on the new way of enabling videos from Facebook to TV using equipment like Google Chromecast and Apple TV, which covers the web. This possibility to stream videos from Facebook to TV with the help of Google Chromecast and Apple TV allows firm its position and rendering an on-going push on the video front.
This Streaming of Facebook videos to Apple TV, Chromecast as well as other Air Play and Google Cast-enabled devices is done through an iOS device or web browser. The Apple TV is now supported along with other Air Play enabled devices. You can also stream through iOS device or a web browser if you have a Chromocast.
Casting from an Android device will soon be enabled in the next few weeks. The confirmation from Facebook is given that its users will further be able to cast videos from not only Android devices but even Chromecast also.
Significant resources have been invested by the company for transforming the social News Feed into a collection zone of various kinds of video; they include the live streamed clips from an unknown person’s phone to professionally edited videos crafted by news organizations.
Wouldn’t you feel thrilled watching the Facebook videos on a much bigger screen??
The users can even scroll and keep checking the New Feed even when the videos are being played on the TV. The News Feed or Saved tabs also allows checking for more videos to watch. The users can also join themselves by liking, reacting and commenting upon the real-time reactions and comments on the screen while the Facebook Live is being played.
However, by any means, this feature is not a pioneering and innovative one. YouTube which is considered the world’s largest and biggest online video platform has already had it for quite a long time. Being able to multitask at the same time, that is; watching social network videos on the big screen while browsing too at the same time makes the users and visitors of Facebook happier.
This breaks its limitations of browsing Facebook videos only on the 11 inch PC screen because the possibility has extended to a TV screen. Now, one can even watch newest Star Wars “Rogue One” trailer on a bigger screen.
Here are few steps for you to view videos on a bigger screen
- In the Facebook app or website, open a video and click the “TV” symbol on the upper right hand corner.
- Now select the device you want to stream to from the list of streaming devices available and it is all done.
- Enjoy your favourite video on the TV.
Now, you can also be able to like, react and comment on phone or PC while watching the other viewers doing the same.
The videos from Facebook Live can also be streamed on the TV, which can be done from the mobile. Each day, on Facebook more than 100 million hours of videos are consumed. As the competition is very high with Twitter, YouTube, and Snap in comparison to the best content which grabs attention, this is considered as the biggest deal for this social networking company.
Facebook is offering the best current videos of happenings around to be watched on much bigger screens. It might be a cute video of a cat or a dog playing the piano, home movies of a newborn or video of an instance in the world. Facebook is thankful for Apple TV and Chromecast devices.
The main focus of Facebook is to create better video experiences that people desire and make them enjoy their favourite videos on a bigger screen. If the company can attract more social users, then it can win the living rooms of the houses by providing them with high-quality videos and also live broadcasts.