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Check Out These New Features Of Facebook, Youtube, And Netflix

It’s three times the fun this Christmas
by Andrei Medina | Dec 3, 2016
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Christmas just came early for the internet savvy after social media site Facebook, video streaming hub YouTube, and video on demand service Netflix announced some great changes to their respective platforms.

For Facebook, you can now play retro arcade games via messenger, which is a nifty upgrade from the hoops game introduced earlier this year.

Some of the 17 games you can play with your friends are classics like Pacman and Space Invaders.

Meanwhile, YouTube announced that they will now be enabling 4K live streaming six years after they initially launched 4K video support in 2010.

This will allow YouTubers to live stream 4K videos in both standard and 360-degree formats, depending on their needs.

Last but definitely not the least, Netflix which is home to hit series like Marco Polo, Narcos, and Stranger Things will be introducing a feature that binge watchers will totally enjoy.

The feature will allow Netflix users to download shows to their devices for later viewing. The great thing about this is users can watch their shows even while they are offline, Vox reports.

The download feature was made after Netflix got feedback from consumers who wanted to continue their shows in internet-challenged places like planes and other emerging markets where internet is spotty.

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