The world’s largest social networking site Facebook has implemented support for Live Photos. The function of live photos, debuted on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, allows you to capture a picture in motion – for 1.5 seconds before and after the shot was made.
Shooting Live Photos is available only on the flagship smartphones Apple, however update the Facebook application to make them available for viewing from any gadgets. The fact that the image is a “living” will show an icon in the lower right corner. The innovation will boost the popularity of “being alive” photos on Facebook as often place an animated GIF-files.
Support live photos on Facebook is available only to users of iPhone 6s and only in some countries. It is reported that first instead of boring static images to publish “live” and colorful images were able to users in the US and the UK.
It is expected that in the near future, an option will cover most of the users Facebook.According to the social networks, the move is part of efforts to assist in terms of the individual characteristics of users and creative potential. Simply put, that everyone can show their essence.
By clicking on the photo to force the owners of the latest iPhone models will be able to see the animations and hear the audio recorded at the time of the shooting. Owners of other devices where such technology is not available, have to click on the icon Live Photo.
Earlier Supports Live Photos along with 3D Touch gestures appeared in the social network Tumblr.