In this post and podcast, we answer for you "What is a live streaming app" and we share which live streaming services are best!
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Over the years, live streaming and mobile broadcasting have become quite popular, thanks to the steady rise of podcasts and YouTube videos. Today, many people are turning to content creation on platforms such as YouTube and Patreon, and the demand for live streaming apps is just getting better.
Before we look at some of the best live streaming tools in the market, let’s first see what live streaming is and some of the key features to look out for in a live streaming service.
Live streaming is a way of delivering or broadcasting audio/ video content over the internet in real-time. Today, video games, TV shows, and social media content can be streamed live using special software applications known as live-streaming apps.
The features of live streaming apps often vary from one platform to another. Most live streaming tools simply allow users to capture and stream video and audio content in real-time. However, the more sophisticated live-streaming apps come with advanced recording and keyword search features and promotional tools.
Some of the features found in most live-streaming apps include:
Choosing the right software application to capture and stream your content can be a daunting experience, especially in the highly competitive market. Below, we’ve highlighted some of the best live streaming apps you can choose to serve your live streaming needs, or you could find competitive streaming solutions from Epiphan.com.
The Streamyard live streaming service is a favorite of mine and allows users to share screens, engage and discuss issues, and even interview guests. It’s compatible with several social media platforms such as YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook; hence users can easily stream their content on these platforms. Added features include the option to customize logos and graphics, add videos, images, and GIFs in a few and quick clicks.
Be.Live is a live video streaming and conferencing app that requires zero set-ups with an easy-to-use interface. It allows the host to invite up to ten guests, where the invite link is displayed on the screen enabling interested people to request to join the conversation. Live chats are displayed on the screen in real-time, and the live video sessions can go on Facebook and YouTube.
Welder is a live streaming tool of choice for many podcasters, thanks to the ease of recording separate video and audio content in high quality. With this app, you can easily create a session, invite guests, and record audio and video content for each participant. The app also allows for screen recording and poses an intuitive user interface.
Restream is one of the live streaming tools in the market that supports multiple platforms and audiences simultaneously. The app is common among content creators, entrepreneurs, businesses, and influencers who want to distribute their content to multiple social media platforms.
Depending on your unique needs, you will always find the best live streaming app for streaming video and audio content to your fans, customers, or audience. Before picking any apps, go through their reviews and see what current or past customers have to say. Feel free to check out the four options we’ve highlighted above, but be sure to proceed with your research.
Hearing what I've said about live streaming and any live stream app I mentioned, what does your business need to do next? Are you ready to try a live stream? Do you need to plan topics? Do you need to step up to a streaming service? Take an action this week!
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