India is a country where mobile internet is not yet as widely available and as cheap as in Western countries, so using it to watch movies on Facebook is not an option. Head of the portal understands this well, so it starts testing in this country a new feature that allows you to download to your device via Wi-Fi instead of mobile internet.
Facebook has decided to go to the people of India and will allow them to download videos available on the portal when connected to Wi-Fi. The portal is just starting a new feature test to test its functionality. The new feature allows you to download the videos available on the site through the official Facebook application so that you can view them later.
Of course, Facebook has appropriately secured a new anti-piracy option, so downloaded videos can only be viewed in the portal application, and developers have the ability to disable the download option if they find that they do not.
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