Facebook Android users can save and watch videos offline

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Facebook is pretty much serious about videos. The latest update by the social media site allows Android users to save videos offline. Now users can save videos and watch it later on, but it does not allow you to download videos directly to your mobile phone.

Videos have become one of most sought after features in Facebook at this moment. At first community town hall held in November 2016, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said “In five years, most of [Facebook] will be video.” Since in developing countries users face a low internet connection they can save the videos that will be stored in the Facebook app local storage to watch it later on.

To save a video you need to simply click the Dropdown menu of ‘video bar’ and select ‘Save video’ to use the newly added function. These saved videos will appear to your ‘Saved’ directory.

According to an Android Police report to use this feature you need Facebook app running on 85 or above version. If you have not updated your app just head towards Google app store to get latest version Facebook.

This is not the new feature released by social media site. Earlier, YouTube and Amazon Prime have also released this feature for mobile phone users.

Facebook Android users can save and watch videos offline