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Live streaming has come a long way in the last decade. Other options at the time were Flixwagon and Kyte ... Luckily, today, we have mobile devices that can record in HD and stream over 4G and/or wifi.
You'll find there are a couple apps to choose from that'll let you share live video easily with your network.
The trick is knowing which one best fits your needs.
To help you choose, let's take a look at the best features of four of the most popular new live streaming apps available today.
Best feature: The video from your broadcast is available to viewers for 24 hours after it ends.
Ever seen someone tweet a link to their live broadcast, only to click it and find out the broadcast is over and there's nothing there to watch?
While that can happen on Meerkat, it won't on Periscope. There's also a list on the Periscope app of the most recent 15 streams.From that list, you can click on the ones that are archived, watch the video, and see all the chat messages appear as they were made in real time. Here's a screenshot of 's Jimmy Fallon using Periscope to live stream his monologue rehearsal: Want to learn more about using Periscope? Best feature: Your viewers can text chat with you during your live broadcast.Chat is a fun way to connect with your followers, and Meerkat takes full advantage.When you live stream on Meerkat, a chat stream appears and scrolls upward from the bottom of your mobile device.This is fun for viewers to interact with one another and with the broadcaster, if he or she is watching the chat.The video experience is powerful already, but the added chat feature can lead to developing stronger relationships with your followers. Check out the screenshot below, and find my chat message to Brian Stelter of CNN near the bottom: The user interface is really nice: New messages coming in stay at the bottom of the screen so they don't cover too much of the video.