Facebook Live is now live for MacBook and Chromebook

by jovan1984

Menlo Park, Calif. — While Windows 10 Mobile still waits for Facebook to make good on their promise to bring Facebook Live to the app, Microsoft’s two biggest software rivals just got a major update on their desktop platforms.

Facebook announced this morning that the MacOS and (the soon to be killed off) ChromeOS now have the ability to use Facebook Live. Apple runs the MacOS, while Alphabet/Google runs the ChromeOS.

Facebook even provides this step-by-step tutorial on how to go live on the MacBook and Chromebook.

To get started on your live broadcast from a computer, click “Live Video” from the top of your News Feed or Timeline, then follow the prompts to add a description and choose your audience.

The fact that Microsoft’s PCs were snubbed from this update is a damning indictment against the Seattle metropolitan area corporation and its continued neglect of Windows Mobile.

And this also confirms Aiken Area Progressive’s decision to rid our workplace of the Windows PCs and switch to the Mac and Chrome operating systems.