Singapore – When Twitter launched Periscope, the company wanted to build the closest thing to teleportation — by providing users with the best way to start or watch a live video broadcast. As a small startup, Periscope’s initial launch was limited to just iOS, but it has been expanded to provide users of Android an experience that feels special, yet still unmistakably Periscope. Twitter is excited to announce the launch of Periscope on Android!
Android owners using Version 4.4 (KitKat) and above can download Periscope from Google Play. Periscope on Android has all the same core features that Periscope users have come to love − start a public or private broadcast, choose to allow comments from just those you follow, and interact with a broadcaster by chatting or sending hearts.
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