In March of 2015, Periscope was acquired by Twitter. Periscope is an application dedicated to live feeds. Users can watch live feeds and also host them. Viewers can comment during the live stream and like the broadcast with a simple tap of the screen. Tapping the screen gives the broadcaster more hearts which pushes them up in popularity. In the few months since Periscope has been relaunched for iOS, people have live streamed all kinds of things from concerts to weather reports and even training exercises.
It’s still the beginning of the year for us and we want to start the revamping of this site off right, so we’ve decided to bookmark all of our links in one post so you can find #Android and its members easily.
We’ll try to keep the list updated with any new social outlets we adopt, as well as any new members we pick up along the way. This way no matter your outlet, you’ll be able to get some #Android in your life!
There’s been a lot of buzz lately over the third-party Twitter app Carbon, however, Twitter isn’t going to simply roll over and die. In fact, they’re about to roll out a new update in hopes of preventing users from straying away.