Twitter seems interested in increasing the demand for Periscope. Today, the social network of Blue Bird announced that Android users also will have access to streaming directly on the timeline, as well as IOS users already do since January . Without an account, without having to click on a link.
The streaming will also work on autoplay function, which is easily turned off if you use the app on the street, with mobile data, or simply do not like things moving in the timeline just like me, and prefer to click to trigger the movement.
“Now playing in your Twitter timeline on Android: Live Periscopes!”
A few weeks ago, Facebook opened the API streaming videos, eyeing the increased demand for live Internet broadcasts. The Twitch, another live streaming service – that was very successful with the transmission of a Pokemon game played by spectators – also announced an expansion recently.
Report Abuse gets easier
Twitter also announced a feature that should facilitate the reporting of abuse on the social network. Now you can include multiple tweets in a single complaint, including more evidence against that mail profile that goes overboard.
Social network ensures that “security is a top priority on Twitter” and promises more changes soon to improve the experience and give more control to users. Multiple complaints are coming from all the IOS platform, Android, and web in the coming weeks.