Android: Facebook for Android just made it a lot easier to watch your favourite videos whenever and wherever you like. You can now save any video from your Facebook feed and download it for offline viewing later. Facebook started testing the new feature in India earlier this month, but now it appears to have rolled out to all Android users. To try it out yourself, make sure you have the latest version of Facebook installed, tap the dropdown menu of any video in your feed, then tap Save Video. When you go to your Saved directory later on you should see it. Keep in mind, saved video is only watchable within the Facebook app itself, so you can't use a different app to view it, or use the video file in other ways. No word on when the feature may come to iOS.
Facebook's Android App Now Lets You Save Videos For Offline Viewing
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