Twitter has launched an audio-only broadcasting feature on its ios app and periscope

Twitter has actually launched a good feature which is recently on iOS app and its periscope. According to twitter official account tweet, it has been written that this feature is for those who just want to talk without being on camera.

So, this way the followers can hear you but can not see you.

Original tweet from Twitter about their new audio broadcasting feature.
Original tweet from Twitter about their new audio broadcasting feature.

This new feature is currently available on iOS twitter users. And they can only record a live audio. But other platforms like Android users can listen to the audio anytime.

Twitter has not mentioned any time frame when this new feature will reach to the users of other platforms like Android.

All Twitter users of the other platforms are able to see the recordings and also can play them back whenever they wish to listen.

Using this feature the Twitter user can share the live news on their twitter account. It is just like a live podcast.

Like the live video, audio broadcasters can see their stats. The number of live viewers, replay viewers and how long it has listened to by the followers.

This feature is just similar to live video and the only difference is that here it is live audio.

Usually, a Periscope is a live streaming video app which is made for Android and iOS devices. It was acquired by Twitter before the launch of it in the year 2015.

How to use this new feature?

The steps are the same as doing any live video streaming. But the only thing is that it’s going to be live audio streaming. To do this you must be using an iOS app or Twitter’s live streaming app periscope.

  • First of all, users need to update their app.
  • Log in to their twitter account.
  • Then go to the “Go Live” Button on the compose Screen.

Definitely, this is a good feature cause you can post something to your followers which is more than 280 characters to explain. And instantly share your mini-podcast with your followers on Twitter and get the comment of your live audio streaming as well.

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