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Facebook Will Soon Detect What You’re Watching and Listening To

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Facebook has become a part of our daily life. If we have got internet connection on our mobile device we won't forget to open Facebook and check the status update. So for users, Facebook will soon introduce better features in the future.

Now Facebook will soon automatically identify the TV shows you’re watching and the music you’re listening to, making it easier to join online discussions involving your latest bit of entertainment.

Other than Facebook, Yahoo and Tumbler have added the same type of feature to their network for TV and movie fans. But in these networks commenting on a broader discussion about a particular show isn’t the smoothest of tasks.

Wednesday, on a Blog post Facebook is rolling out its new audio fingerprinting tool. With audio fingerprinting, you needn't go looking for a hashtag. Instead, you click a button on your Facebook mobile app, it listens to the TV show you’re watching, and then it automatically links your comments to the right online forum. 

How Does It Work?

If you’ve turned the feature on, you’ll see an audio icon moving on the screen when you write a status update. If the feature finds a match, you can then choose to add the song, TV show, or movie to your post.

Like with any post, you choose who can see it. You can also turn the feature off at any time by clicking the audio icon in the top right of the screen.

The features are not available yet but will be coming soon for iOS and Android users. For more details on this feature, you can browse here.
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