Facebook Gaming App – Gamers On The Go!

Are you not into gaming for a long time? It is the high time now to have a time out for you and for the love of gaming. Well, here’s a technology article and good news for all the gamers out here.

For the past 18 months, Facebook owner Mark Zukerberg has been working on this project and finally has given a date to announce the start on its app. You can now use the Facebook gaming app on your android phone which has been launched on 20th April, 2020.

The games would include all the trending as well as casual ones which will entertain the audience (gamers to be specific) of all types. While playing these games, you would be able to catch up with both online streamers; however, you can also play the games offline. Then obviously, you will not get any live streamers to play with. Another feature involves the Facebook gaming app to go live on your Facebook page. Oh yes!, now everyone who is your friend or who has been following you on Facebook can watch you play while you Go Live using the app. Sounds interesting, right?

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So what are you waiting for? Just download the app today and from all the list of games, choose a one best for you. Literally, Facebook has been into the game such as Farmville, Cityville Ludostar, but through this application Facebook will be able to grow its audience even more. This gaming app will have technology advantages for the Facebook to grow its live streamers and obviously launching a gaming app will help them grow in a long way.

Let’s Dance In Joy – Android Users…

It has been announced that the initially the gaming app would only be available for the android phone. This is because the iOS software requires much of a hustle and this area of technology development is still needed to be taken care of.

Unlike any other game or application, there will not be any ads to be played on the gaming app. Usually, the apps using tactics to earn coins by playing the add and gamers have no option other than playing those add in order to have some coins. This might irritate any gamer while gaming. Therefore, Facebook has marked off this function for now and is only focusing on stars (Twitch) to generate money.

Well, there is no doubt Facebook is looking for a greater viewership on its application which is only possible when more and more people will go online and stream on Facebook and what’s the better option than inviting gamers from around the globe to have wider platform to interact with other gamers and play online.

Well, we cannot forget the fact that the YouTube has also shut down its gaming app in 2019 due to lack of viewership. Let’s see how Facebook does goes along the way.