Data downloading on Instagram would soon be possible

Data downloading on Instagram would soon be possible

Data downloading on Instagram would soon be possible

Facebook has warned though that the feature isn't ideal yet, and the quality of the AR experience will depend on the lighting while capturing images as well as how well the contours of the subject are captured.

Facebook might be having a tough time dealing with the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica crisis, but that hasn't stopped the social media giant from working on improving its products. People can soon draw scribbles before or during recording and then move the camera around to see the markings stay in place.

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He went on to say that he was surprised West Brom were last on the log, given the amount of quality they have in their squad. He won three league titles with Barcelona and twice lifted the Champions League trophy during his Camp Nou reign.

The company has also added AR drawings to the Stories section allowing users to draw doodles in 3D.

Facebook is also bringing Instagram's Boomerang feature to Stories. "Currently, it only does that when it's confident about the object recognition, such as in optimal light conditions", Techcrunch writes.

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Asked why she had proceeded without consulting parliament, May cited operational security consideration. Parliament is not due to reconvene until Monday, following its Easter recess.

The company has only added pastel gradient colours as part of the feature and it could add additional brushes in the future.

Instagram has taken a page out of the Facebook book as it will now allow the users to download a copy of the profile of all the information they have shared.

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Facebook is launching a Data Abuse Bounty program to reward people who report misuse by app developers. "Our smartphones, our computers, our email, the big companies-Amazon, Google, Facebook-they're collecting data on us every single step of the way". "Now, it's quicker and easier to capture and share moments as they happen with the people you care about most!" . "That has prompted the social network to make Stories available to brands, to merge it with Messenger Day (yet another Snapchat-like feature) and to mull over the possibility of allowing users to create Stories on PC".

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