N/APosted on - 06/03/2015
What are your views on the introduction of Periscope for Android smartphones and tablets by Twitter? What are some of the interesting features surrounding this new streaming app for Android users by twitter? Are there any additional features that cannot be realized in the iPhone Operating System version? Lydia Thompson is the name.
Reviews On Periscope For Android Smartphones By Twitter
Periscope launched on iOS and desktop, is now available on Android. It is a live-streaming app owned by twitters. Android users using 4.4.4 KitKat or above can download the app from Google play store.
1. Periscope app allows anyone to stream live video to a wide audience
2. App rivals Meerkat – a cult hit that recently unveiled a round of investment.
3. It lets anyone stream live video to their followers using their phone's camera and had more than one million signups in the first 10 days it was available.
4. It allows starting a public or private broadcast, choosing to allow comments from just those you follow, and interact with a broadcaster by chatting or sending hearts. Android has a few unique features which aren’t spotted on iOS. The new app includes a Material-inspired design that should feel familiar but modern to Android users. App users will also have a granular control over additional Push Notification settings, such as ‘First Time Broadcast notifications’ and ‘Share notifications’.
It also offers a ‘Resume notification’ for users who can continue to watch their videos where they left off from, in case their broadcast gets interrupted by a call or message. In other features, Replays are saved without requiring the broadcaster to upload a file as well. This can save the broadcasters time and mobile data too.