Twitter’s Livestream App, Periscope, out for Android

The fast-growing and popular app for both to see livestreams and even live streame, Periscope, is now ready for Android.

Twitter, which is behind the Periscope to iOS app, reminder now over at the great Android-platform after a big success on iOS after two months.

In fact, Periscope downloaded nothing less than 1 million times in just 10 days, and now Android users so play with, whether you want to view webcasts from, for example, the many celebrities that have taken great advantage of the app or if you even want to live streame directly from your smartphone out to the outside world.

Periscope is divided into three tabs. Through the mapping from your Twitter account, you can in the first tab view, though some of those you follow, is in the process of live streame. If not you will be presented with a few featured livestreams.

The second tab gives an overview of a lot of other webcasts in progress together with the viewing figure for these.

Assessed on the basis of number of assigned hearts for each person in the third tab you can find the most popular individuals or companies using Periscope from Twitter. At the same time, you can search for people and view your own profile and access the settings from here.

The live stream from your mobile in seconds

At the bottom right corner of the app you will find a small red icon, where you can begin to live streame to other Periscope users. It only requires two taps: give your livestream a name and press “start broadcast”-so are you instantly start to live streame. It will be quite simple isn’t much easier.

“When you go into the” broadcast “, it will look like the normal Periscope-app right much, as people have come to know and love with the hearts, the comments and all those things,” said Sara Haider, who is in charge of controlling the Android part of Periscope.