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New Camera Effects And 24-hour Stories Now Added To Facebook Mobile App

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Wow! Facebook has successfully added another features to its main mobile app and they are wonderful features that everyone has been expecting. These features are camera effects and 24-hour stories (Snapchat stories).

The 24-hour stories is like that of Instagram which will display above your News Feed. Any videos and photos you shared will disappear after 24 hours. In order to make it show on your Facebook timeline, just post it there too. To add story, just tap on YOUR STORY in the stories bar and you will be able to share your story with specific friends only but for a limited time. They will be able to replay or comment on your story and once it disappears, your conversations will end too.

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For the camera, it is now packed with effects like masks, frames, and interactive filters. You can apply any one to your photo or video.

What do you have to say about these latest features from Facebook?

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