Facebook Creator Apps Will Let The Users to Stream Quality Videos
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Facebook Creators App Is Here Now, For Video Makers

Facebook also added a new section ‘Facebook for creators’ to its website

Facebook Creators App Is Here Now, For Video Makers

Facebook is leaving no stone unturned in its campaign to become single social media platforms that offer everything in one place. In order to continue the action, the company has launched a new app Facebook creator for the influencers that help in creating and promoting the streaming videos on the platform. In addition, the company has also added a new section to its website version named Facebook for creators.

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The newly released Facebook app helps the users in streaming quality videos to their viewers along with innovative features. Facebook Creator app let the users add intros and outros to their live broadcast on the platform and also offers cool live stickers and video frames to add in between the streaming. Along with this, the users can also access the app’ community option in the app to see comments from their viewers. The best part of the community’s tab is that the creator can also reply the comments using the Facebook eco-system which includes Instagram, Messenger messages, and Facebook. There is also an option in the app to explore the page and video analytics to know how the followers are responding to the videos.

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The Facebook for creators section in the website version help the users in improving streaming videos by giving frequent tips and guiding them to use available Facebook features. “Creators around the world are sharing their videos on Facebook to build a community around their passion — whether their passion is comedy sketches, their favorite recipes, or even knitting sweaters,” Chris Hatfield, Facebook video product manager, said in a blog. “On Facebook, creators can connect with more than two billion potential fans and collaborators, get to know their community, talk directly to fans with Live, and monetize with products like branded content.”

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The Facebook creator app is available for the iOS user and will be coming soon for the Android platform. The company first shared the app back in June and cleared its intention to compete with YouTube and other live streaming platforms.

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