Twitter’s live video streaming application Periscope is at last accessible on Android. The application is accessible for both, smartphones and additionally tablets and accompanies full Material UI design that appeared with Android 5.0 Lollipop. Before this, the application was accessible for the Apple iPhone and the company hasn’t indicated any release schedule for Windows devices.
Prior this month, Periscope’s rival Meerkat released a stable version on the Google Play Store, so it was really common for Periscope to release the official application on Android. Both the applications let users live stream videos that can be viewed to by individuals everywhere throughout the world.
The apps requirement is Android 4.4 and above version of devices will only capacity to install the application, so if you have a device which uses that runs a variant of Android underneath KitKat, you are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Nonetheless, you can then introduce Meerkat, which is good with gadgets that run Android 4.3 or more, to live stream features.
Users need to have Android 4.4 and above devices to be able to install the app, so if you have a device that runs a version of Android below KitKat, you are out of luck. However, you can then install Meerkat, which is compatible with devices that run Android 4.3 and above, to live stream videos.