YouTube Gaming Adds Mobile Capture
Oct 15, 2015, 12:23 PM by Eric M. Zeman
YouTube Gaming today pushed out an update to its mobile app and added the ability to capture mobile gameplay. Users can record and live stream mobile gaming on Android devices using the mobile capture tool within the app. The feature supports user-facing cameras for commentary, as well. Another addition to YouTube Gaming will allow people to support their favorite live streams and videos via new Fan Funding and Sponsorships. Monthly payments to streams give gamers extra perks, such as access to exclusive chat sessions. YouTube also makes it easy to find and view live streams and set bookmarks. The update improves performance and search navigation, too. YouTube Gaming is free to download from the Play Store.
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