Facebook released a small update to Messenger this morning that makes the app a bit better for sharing photos and videos. For 360-degree photos, simply set the phone camera to panorama and snap a photo or capture a 360-degree photo using a 360-photo app or camera.
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The update follows another that rolled out last fall, allowing users to share high-resolution photos through Messenger - something that Facebook said was the result of its significant investments in helping people "communicate visually". Facebook Messenger users can now send 360-degree videos through the ap as well as HD video up to 720p, but there's a caveat.
The new 360 degree and panoramic photos will help users capture intricate details such as landscapes, ocean view from a hotel room. The recipients can view the entire image by tapping and dragging it, moving their phone, or viewing it on Messenger.com by clicking and draggging.
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Facebook recently added a video-calling feature to Messenger Lite. You can also toggle between video quality now using this marker just like you can on YouTube.
Despite being a lighter version of the original app, Messenger Lite boasts of some of the core features of the main one. This will not only endear more hearts to the app, it will enable users to do or take part in those basic things they always wanted to do in a video chat app.
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