Periscope Ports Live Video Into Twitter
Jan 12, 2016, 8:29 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Periscope and Twitter today said that live video from Periscope is now viewable and discoverable within users' Twitter feeds. Until today, people had to use the separate Periscope app to discover live video feeds. Moving forward, Twitter users will be able to find and view live video feeds directly from within Twitter. Periscope content will be viewable even to those who have not downloaded the Periscope app. Periscope video feeds will play automatically as users scroll past them in the iOS app. Twitter said it is still working to integrate Periscope and Twitter onto the Twitter.com and on Android devices. It expects to make live video available to Android users in the near future.
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