A New trend of stealing has emerged recently within the world of social media apps.
The latest feature of Facebook is 130 characters posts.
Any user of social media can detect and say that this feature is stolen from Twitter. Twitter use 140 characters instead of this Facebook has opted for 130 characters only, which is actually even less space to express your thoughts and opinions.
We wonder why Facebook didn’t opt for exactly 140 characters? Will that be too manifest?
3 features which Facebook Stolen:
1) This Year in March, Facebook launched,
Camera Effects for their users, which can be seen the direct copy of snap chat Filter.
2) Facebook Direct:
With Facebook Direct, users can directly send pictures and videos to their friends. Incidentally, the same was the case with Snapchat Snaps as well.
3) Facebook Stories:
In March, Facebook launched Messenger Day, which is a direct copy of Snapchat Stories. In this, users can share few images and videos to the Daily Story section, which can be shared with the friends and followers of that users.
Either bigger apps are acquiring the smaller apps, or the apps are copying features from one another. It seems that the innovation is going down day by day within social media world.
Can social media survive with such copying and stealing?
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