4 Apps for Mobile Broadcasting

Live-stream has its own charm, be it news, reality shows or sports. Live is ‘reflexive’. Live is ‘immediate’. The excitement which live broadcast gives cannot be derived from still-and-dead pictures and pre-recorded videos. Going ‘live’ is ‘life’ now. Everyone has accepted this new concept in ‘socializing’ and ‘marketing’ and many are using it for various purposes. Here are list of few mobile apps which will make you live to the viewers.

Periscope

The app which is said to be responsible for this whole new ‘live’ trend offers service to watch and broadcast live videos anywhere and anytime. All you want to have is an Android/IOS phone coupled with an internet connection. The app took no time to catch people’s attention and make them addicted to the new trend. This free service with compact size and great interface is a good tool to stream live videos and give a celebrity experience to the users. Its sudden success had it bought out by Twitter in 2016. This tool is available on mobiles but you can also get this broadcasting app on PC.

Facebook Live

Famous for being staying up to date with the latest trends’ Facebook took no time to embrace this new concept and bring in a new addition to its already existing long list of features. And as expected, this new service didn’t take much time to make people a fan of it, and extend their followers list and be face-to-face with them even after being separated by a distance.

Facebook Live instantly notifies the followers list on user being live and also provides them the option to interact with them through comments.

Live Stream

As the name suggests, the app provides Android and IOS users to have a service to watch and broadcast live videos. Users can lure viewers from worldwide and can be an online sensation in a fortnight. Unfortunately, this service is not for free and charges $42 for one month plan.

BIGO LIVE

An app which not only makes users watch live-streaming of their favorite star’s videos, but also helps the users act like a star with its broadcasting and ‘interacting with viewers’ feature. With already over 50 millions downloads, the app is doing wonders online.

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