Twitter and Periscope are two tools that together are making it possible for live streaming to have hitherto unknown dimensions of use. This week we have received excellent news available both on the Chile Email List Twitter blog and on the Periscope blog , from now on, the Periscope streaming transmissions will be embedded in the tweets , that is, it will not be necessary to access the transmission via link, so that it will be possible to view the streaming directly over the tweet. The transmissions can be viewed in full screen from the Twitter application, and it will not be necessary to have the Twitter application.
Users will also be able to enjoy both the fun hearts of Periscope and the live commentary. “Both Twitter and Periscope show you what is happening in the world at this very moment, whether it is what is seen Btoc Database through your window or what is happening on the other side of the planet. Periscope broadcasts on Twitter timelines offer a new way to experience the world, providing Periscope users with a new window to a massive audience. ” Kayvon Beykpour, CEO of Periscope This initiative will allow Twitter to offer a new user experience, enjoying its timeline with links, images, videos and, as a novelty, live broadcasts. The application is only available for IOS, however Twitter sources say that it will be available for Android shortly.
Users have created more than 100 million retransmissions with Periscope in almost a year of life and I am convinced that with this evolution this type of content will grow exponentially, however the 140-character network will not stop there and with its future Twitter drone is going to revolutionize live broadcasts. The truth is that Twitter and Periscope make a perfect couple and since they belong to the same group they get along wonderfully. During this year, it is very likely that Twitter will integrate new changes in its microbloging platform, such as going from 140 to 10,000 characters for the writing of tweets or changing the timeline chronology. We will be attentive to possible news.