Twitter allows the feature of “direct audio broadcasting” through the Periscope

Twitter allows the feature of "direct audio broadcasting" through the Periscope

Twitter has announced a new feature for its proprietary Periscope application, which allows users to start streaming live audio only by pressing the new microphone button that will appear in the application starting today. The idea is simply to start the live broadcast without the need of the camera An advantage that some people may need to talk about is that they can listen without having to watch.
According to India’s phonearena, direct audio will be treated as a video treatment by Periscope, where followers will be able to interact with the user admiringly, will be able to know the number of people and know the time of transmission and other statistics, noting that the new feature available to users on the platform IOS from the day and will be available to Android users later.
The network also provided a number of minor bug fixes for users on how to view different applications.
Sometimes you just want to talk, without being on camera. We’re launching audio-only broadcasting, so your followers can hear, but not see you.

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