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Instagram Might Soon Allow its Users to Shoot Live Videos Like Facebook
It looks like Instagram might soon allow its users to shoot live videos and interact with the audience. However, the feature is still under beta testing.
After adding the Snapchat rip-off Stories features to Instagram, Facebook is now reportedly working on a new feature, which is similar to the Facebook's Live feature. The upcoming feature will be called as 'Go Insta'.
There is no word on when the feature will be taken live officially, however, a Russian Nexus 6P owner has accidentally received the feature and he was running on the beta version of Instagram.
The person also posted some images of the feature and it will be called as 'Go Insta'. The new feature will be part of the Instagram stories and might disappear after 24 hours of posting. But, there is no information regarding this.
As of now, there is no info regarding the feature when it goes live to the general public, but several users of Russia has already received the update. So, the company is testing the feature gradually and will launch in other countries very soon.
That being said, Instagram's parent company, Facebook has already received a huge response for its Live video feature and so does Snapchat (Now Snap INC). So, it's pretty expected that Facebook wants to enable this feature in Instagram as well because the photo sharing app has been a talk of the town ever since its inception.
As said earlier, there are no official words from Facebook on whether they will roll out the feature to the general public. We will update you if there is any official information from the company.
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