Now you can use Youtube live streaming features on mobile app: Now YouTube rolls out live video streaming to mobile app. Users will now be able to broadcast live footage by using the YouTube app on their smartphone.
Now you can use Youtube live streaming features on mobile app
Although since 2011, YouTube has followed the live video streaming from a computer. But from now onwards the users will now be able to broadcast the live footage from a smartphone. A function has been already available from social networks Twitter and Facebook.
Now smartphone users will now be able to stream the live video through the YouTube mobile app for iOS and Android. While some of the testers already have the access to the function. By means of an update the service will be rolled out to all the users imminently.
Google announced that the first screenshots that has to be appear online will show a service that bears a certain resemblance to the Periscope. Also the users those are watching YouTube’s live videos will be able to comment as they watch and will interact with the person filming by the means of messages that are pop up onscreen. YouTube promises a solution, in a bid to stand out from competitors that is the faster and more reliable than anything else out there.
YouTube’s announcement came after just a few days after the Tumblr announced the support for the live videos so thanks to the partnerships with the YouNow Kanvas.
This new idea of streaming the live video from smartphone took off in March 2015 with the near simultaneous the launch of Meerkat and above all the Periscope. In one year, over the 100 million videos were broadcast by the users.
So you can easily download the YouTube mobile application free from the Google Play and the App Store.