Facebook has rolled out an update for iPhone users that enables them to live stream videos on the social media website.
The feature was rolled out in the US on January 28, 2016 and would be extended to other countries in the coming weeks, MIT Technology Review reported.
The announcement comes after a month the social media website said it was testing a feature that enables users to live-stream videos on phones.
Currently popular apps, such as Meerkat and Twitter-owned Periscope are leading the way in this space.
For the feature to work, the user has to update status in the Facebook app and touch a little icon at the bottom of the window that lets the user write a description of the video and decide who he/she want to be able to see it.
Then, the user hit "Go Live" and it starts recording.
As soon as the video is live, the user will be notified about who is watching it. People can also add comments while streaming. The video is then saved to user's timeline.
Facebook's decision to enable live streaming for iPhone users (and, presumably, eventually those on Android as well) makes a ton of sense, the report said.
Facebook during its quarterly earnings call on Wednesday said that its users watch 100 million hours of video each day, and that 500 million people watch video daily on the social network.
Facebook's this move aims to take advantage of its mobile reach and get more people to spend more time on the social website.