After the autoplay from the Twitter timeline, the streaming app announces two other news: live drawing and statistics available in real time
There are times when, more than in others, services feel the threat of competition alive and the fireworks of the novelties proposed to the user begin. Periscope must be in one of those moments, since it communicates new features with a certain frequency.
After announcing that the live videos will automatically start from the Twitter timeline also for Android, today it announces a function that does not seem essential, but who can say it. Sketching, which allows you to draw on the screen in the middle of a stream.
Sketch while you Scope – now available on iOS! pic.twitter.com/k5JgViBnkO
Periscope (@periscopeco) April 27, 2016
Second novelty, perhaps more useful, but reserved for iOS users for now, concerns the possibility of viewing the graph of statistics in real time during the live broadcast.
Dig deeper into your broadcasts with a live viewer graph and improved stats on iOS! pic.twitter.com/WDABAn2lLW Periscope (@periscopeco) April 27, 2016
Stats which, moreover, would be more thorough and precise.