Good news for anyone using some of the App Store's most famous apps. Ready? So let's get to the news!
O Facebook announced some good for its platform this week during the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) that takes place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
New features include improvements in preparation and live streaming on the Facebook platform. For example, publishers can now use the “Rehearsal” feature to broadcast live only to administrators and editors of a page to test new production settings, interactive features, and display formats before streaming live to a full audience.
It will also be possible to cut the beginning and end of a live video, and can stream live for up to 8 hours twice the previous limit. To top it off, publishers may use applications that allow you to stream to more than one streaming all at once, doing it simultaneously through the Live API.
The resource Watch party it's the Facebook Creation Stadium also gained news involving ways to better leverage the events created by the pages and new metrics to track video performance, as reported by TechCrunch.
The most interesting news at least in my assessment, however, was reserved for the Instagram. Powerful content creators schedule its contents both in feed how much on IGTV for a date up to six months ahead.
It is worth noting that some third party services already allowed this type of scheduling; However, the native feature offers more options, apparently.
The scheduling feature for Instagram is being added to the Facebook Creation Studio, and is only available to professional accounts that have an official Facebook page. It is worth noting that the scheduling of Stories It is not possible yet, but the tendency is to be released over time.
Recently, the Telegram for iOS has gained some features like scheduled messaging (so you can choose when that important message will be delivered to your contact), the option to save your custom themes in the cloud, a menu revised with message options, new privacy options (option choosing who can find you on Telegram when you add your number to phone contacts) and more animated emoji.
Well, now was the turn of the version for macOS to win much of this news. 😉
Nike Run Club
One of the store's most famous racing apps has gained major improvements in version 6.0.
Snippets are now easily viewed and access to auto pause settings and audio feedback while running are accessible; The customizable screen displays the metrics that are most important to you (tap each to change); and now there's a speed practice button (set a break without pausing the race).
Plus, we have better integration with Apple Music and Spotify (you can control your music easily from the music apps you already own, and discover new Nike playlists).
In Apple Watch, a back button for speed practice has been added (double-tap the screen or use the back button to mark an interval during such a practice).