Live streaming is clearly becoming a thing lately, with Twitter launching its “Periscope” app as a way to let you broadcast what you’re doing live. The service does have a significant amount of limitations so far, like for example being an iOS exclusive, at a time when the world is full of Android phones. If live streaming is for you, or you want to give it a try today, there’s a new alternative that just reached Android.

Meerkat gained significant popularity in the South by Southwest conference that happened this year in Austin. Just like Periscope, this app allows you to live stream what you’re doing at the moment, and all you really need to do with it is log into your Twitter account for your account to let your viewers know that you’re broadcasting live. The service is currently in beta, though we’re not aware of any bugs that you should worry about in giving the service a try.

What we do know is that the service has a limited amount of access, so we’d advise that you sign up in the source link as soon as you can.

Source: Meerkat
Via: Android Central

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