Livestream for Producers comes to Android, brings live video blogging over any connection just in time for Sandy
NEW YORK, Oct. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Livestream (livestream.com) has released live video broadcasting capabilities to its Livestream for Producers Android App to help reach its goal of providing everyone with the tools needed to democratize live video. Features of the Android App include live video broadcasting and live blogging through posting real time text, photos and video clip. An iPhone app is already available for download.
The Android app allows anyone to share live video, photos and text updates of significant events in their work and lives. Debuting at the same time as "super storm" Hurricane Sandy, the Livestream android app offers a new way for users to share their experience of a once in a lifetime event in real time with their social networks. The free Livestream for Producers Android and iPhone App (available today) make it all possible at the highest quality performance on every network available - 3G, 4G, and Wifi.
"We're changing the industry's standards for live broadcasting from mobile devices by focusing on what matters most, video quality in cellular networks," said Max Haot, CEO and Co-Founder of Livestream. "Thanks to our innovative engineering approach, we believe our app is an unprecedented breakthrough in both video quality and reliability when streaming live over 3G and 4G networks making it the perfect tool for coverage under trying conditions."
Livestream for Producers app users can send their first-hand accounts of Hurricane Sandy to firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured on Livestream.com's Sandycam
Get Livestream for Producers for Android (Free in Android Marketplace)
Get Livestream for Producers for iPhone (Free in App Store)
Full editorial coverage of the storm as it approaches New York can be seen here:
The full iframe embed along with the app to install on Facebook is available here:
1. downphoenix (Posts: 2307; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
Livestream is a joke, and you have to pay monthly to even use it. None of the other major streamers like Ustream or Justin.tv charge you monthly.