New York - Social networking giant, Facebook, is rolling out a new feature that lets users to find nearby wireless hotspots for enhanced real-time information sharing, it was reported on Tuesday.
Earlier Facebook used to ask "Pages" to list Wi-Fi locations at their physical addresses and that seems the backbone that the information is built on, the Next Web reported.
"Without a strong internet connection, people have pretty shoddy results when trying to film live video. The more nearby locations Facebook can point you to, the better the quality of real-time information sharing, news, and viral-esque video content becomes," noted the report.
However, it was not clear if Android users can avail this feature and it has not rolled out to every iOS user yet.