New Delhi: Twitter's live video streaming app Periscope is launched on Google's Android platform, exactly two months after its debut in the Apple store in March.Twitter acquired Periscope in January 2015.It claims there were more than a million downloads of the Apple version of the app during its first week.
Both apps offer a live broadcasting service via mobile phone. Those watching can show their appreciation and send messages which pop up on screen during the stream.
The core features of both the iOS and Android versions of Periscope remain the same, but there are indeed a few tiny differences in both the apps. Prime among them is the fact that the newly released variant is built along the Material Design guidelines prescribed by Google.
Android users interested in trying out Periscope can head over to the Google Play store and download it onto their devices now. It’s accessible only to those having Android 4.4 KitKat and up.
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