Periscope 360 video is now available for Android! iOS users have been able to broadcast in 360 on Periscope for a little bit, but now Android is supported as well. This feature has been only open to a select few Periscope broadcasters at first, but now everyone can take part in the action.
As a matter of fact, the makers of Insta360 reached out to me last week asking if I could test a broadcast on the iPhone Insta360 Nano and sure enough it was working. My screen looked upside down, but it worked. Well, this week I received the USB C connected Insta360 Air. Sure enough, I was able to broadcast in 360.
Unfortunately, when I was testing I was in a small town and AT&T coverage was not too great, but I was able to run the app and get the broadcast setup. I am excited to start broadcasting live in 360 on Periscope! Insta360 cameras are not too high in price and provide some great results.
Periscope 360 Video
Testing in 360! https://t.co/K4vTLOKAmm
— Josh Bane (@BaneTech) May 2, 2017
Broadcasting in 360 takes Periscope to a whole new level! Make sure to follow me on Periscope and Twitter to see my broadcasts!
The Insta360 doesn’t stop at Periscope, you can also broadcast to Facebook, YouTube, and other encoded means you may have setup. Pretty cool!
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