To make messenger more attractive, it has the advantage of sending 360-degree photos and videos to the app’s own Facebook. On Tuesday, the world’s largest social media have said
Now 360 degrees photos can be sent through iOS and Android messenger platforms around the world. However, the facility of sending HD video did not come in all the countries. The countries available are Australia, Belgium, Britain, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan and the United States.
Messenger’s product manager Shane Kelly and Hagen Green said in a blog post, “Excellent 360-degree photos and panoramic images will give you the ability to share more 3D views of your world.”
“We are also offering the ability to send HD video directly to the messenger,” they added.
To use these new features, users will have to update their messenger app to the latest version.
To send 360-degree photos to Messenger, you need to take 360-degree pictures of a smartphone camera panorama option. Then it will be sent by messenger to send the conventional images.
In order to send HD video, users can send videos directly from their smartphone or news feed with the messenger.