After smartphones began to spread among many users, and the number of users of social networking platforms and online services for major websites keeps increasing. Facebook over the last decade has devoted considerable attention and efforts to develop its platform for operating the network on the smartphones. The number of users is more than 1 billion users worldwide, and the company has always developed its own platform for smartphones to be more sophisticated and attractive to users.
Facebook is now seeking to make users from around the world use its platform, by providing new additions and updates to users to be more linked to its application. Nonetheless, Facebook has succeeded and its app is one of the most used social media apps in terms of time spent on it by users, this means that the efforts of the American company in order to attract this number of users to use the application and linking them in this way is not wasting.
Facebook has recently launched a new feature for photography, you must have heard about the 360-degree photography technology, which began to spread a while ago, the reputation of a large extent thanks to YouTube. YouTube has deployed the technology among its users to a large extent so that viewers can watch videos 360 degrees longitudinal and transverse, similar to the virtual reality technology in the 360-degree image display. Virtual reality technology was the technology that expanded the technology due to the recent technology in the market. No audience had previously known about the development of technology and imaging techniques to record Video by 360 degree. Thus, after the spread of this imaging technology, Facebook not long ago provided the 360-degree photography feature, so that users can do a circular photography from a certain center, the images are recorded in a coordinated manner around the user of the technology to move his phone in an orderly manner, Complementing everything that surrounds the photographer in a circular way.
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