Twitter and Facebook announced today they will be bringing rumble to Canada, and they plan to use the platform to provide “high-quality” content for users.
The news comes on the heels of a plan by Twitter to bring its video platform to Canada.
The company will be launching a social media plan called “The Rumble,” which will allow users to share, comment on, and recommend videos.
The rumble plan also will be integrated into Facebook, the largest social media platform in the world, which will offer similar features for users to choose from.
Users can comment on videos posted by other users, or post videos to Facebook, and then use Facebook’s “Like” and “Share” buttons to add friends to the videos.
Users also can “like” videos on YouTube, which is part of Facebook.
In the first quarter of 2019, Facebook will roll out “Like”, “Share”, and “Recommend” features for Facebook video.
The Facebook “Like and Share” buttons will also be included in Facebook’s video feed, so users can “Like, Share, and Recommend” videos.
Facebook’s “like”, “share”, and other similar features are built into Facebook’s own video platform, the company’s “video app.”
According to Facebook’s release, the video app will allow Facebook users to “like, share, and suggest” videos from other users and then add friends, all in a simple, simple way.
It will also offer a curated, personal, and curated video list of videos, which can be shared and liked by Facebook users.
Facebook also said that users will be able to like videos from a variety of sources, including Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Snapchat, and other apps.
Users will be free to “Like or comment on” videos posted on Facebook’s new video platform.
Users’ “Like & Share” and other video features will be available through Facebook’s mobile app, as well as on desktop and mobile browsers.
The video app, Facebook’s rumble video platform will be powered by the “native video engine,” which has been a key part of the company for years.
Facebook will also build a social video app that will be similar to YouTube, and it will feature “video features similar to the social video apps available on the Google+ platform,” the company said.
Facebook has been making major investments in video to get users more engaged, and has plans to roll out its video features to its other social platforms.
Facebook is also experimenting with new ways to monetize video.