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By Brandy Shaul on Dec. 29, 2016 - 10:35 AM Periscope launched support for live 360 video in its livestreaming application. The update will allow users to watch live 360-degree broadcasts on both Periscope and Twitter. With this update, live 360 videos are marked with a special “Live 360” badge.
… in broadcaster profiles and will see them denoted throughout the app and on the web. In addition to viewing their own Superfans, users will also be able to see if they are a Superfan of anyone else. Next, a new Groups feature will allow users to broadcast videos that are shared with specific groups of people. For instance, a user could create a group…
… Periscope has announced the latest update for its app on iOS and Android devices, which includes an improved global map and the ability to skip ahead while watching replays. This skipping feature allows users to press and hold on the screen while watching a replay, and drag left and right to fast forward or rewind to another point in time…
… Livestreaming app Outcast has officially launched on iOS devices, allowing users to broadcast short snippets of their lives to viewers around the world. Outcast combines the basic idea from apps like Periscope and Meerkat with the permanent and looping nature of Vine or Instagram video, with broadcasts limited to 15 seconds in length. Outcast…