Facebook employees have come up with a side project called Riff. It is the handiwork of several Facebook employees who used to work after hours on the project. Riff is essentially a tool that lets friends create short videos together.Anyone can start using Riff by creating videos and giving it a name or a topic. You and your friends can then add clips to the topic, and all these will be combined together and shown on Riff as one video. The catch here is that the Video can only be 20 seconds long. Facebook Product Manager Josh Miller said The Potential pool of creative collaborators can grow exponentially from here Also Read - Google Play Store announces blanket ban on Sugar Daddy apps over sexual contentAlso Read - HP Pavilion 13 Review: A good thin and light laptop, that could have been better
The videos can be shared with anyone and the user can also put parametric restrictions on the sharing of the video. Riff is already available for download on the App Store as well as the Google Play Store. Also Read - Realme Smart TV Full HD 32-inch review: Best 32-inch Android TV under Rs 20,000?
The timing of the launch is quite peculiar. While other tech companies were having their share of fun by launching outlandish products on April Fool s Day, Facebook launched an actual product. The social giant also launched a new feature in the US called Scrapbook. This feature essentially lets parents organize and share photos of their children in an efficient manner.