Tips For Using the Twitter Periscope App

By Chris Crum

March 30, 2015

Earlier this month, it was revealed that Twitter bought Periscope, a startup making a live streaming video app that had yet to launch. Now, Twitter has officially launched the app, which is a direct competitor to another new app that has quickly gained some traction – Meerkat.

For now, Periscope is only available for iOS, and is currently available in the Apple App Store. Twitter does say an Android app is in the works, but doesn't give a timetable on when we might see that. Given how much has been made of the competition between Periscope and Meerkat in the tech media, they're probably going to want to get it out as soon as possible. Meerkat is also iOS-only at the moment.

What's it do?
Twitter put up a brief post on its main company blog, saying, "Today, we're excited to introduce Periscope, a new app that lets you share and experience live video from your mobile phone. We think it's a perfect complement to Twitter, which is why we acquired the company in January."

The Periscope team itself wrote about the [...]

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