Posts with tag Periscope

Periscope offers new ways to connect with audience

By Alex Wilson   Periscope has released an update, offering new instruments. “Today, we’re bringing you three new ways to connect with your audiences and the communities on Periscope — with Superfans, groups, and logging in to Periscope.tv,” the company wrote on its official blog. The first tool Superfans allows you to see the most engaged followers…

Tumblr launches live video

Live videos seem to be taking over the social media – Facebook, Youtube, Periscope and a number of other platforms already have them. Tumblr has followed suit by launching a new live video feature on Tuesday. Since this is largely a platform for bloggers, live videos may just be another way for users to share…

Periscope introduces comment moderation

Periscope users, particularly those with many followers, enjoy great popularity thanks to it being live, unfiltered and open. But because of this openness, there is also an increased risk for spam and abuse. Wanting its users to be safe the app introduced comment moderation. “Today, we’re rolling out a comment moderation system that empowers our…

Periscope adds search and broadcasts from drones to its features

Days after announcing to the users that they can now save their broadcasts for as long as they want Periscope released yet more new features. In the coming weeks, the app will be launching broadcast search and drone support “to help people form communities around the topics they care about and broadcast from new perspectives”….

Periscope now lets you save your live broadcasts forever

Periscope is launching a possibility to save your live broadcasts for as long as you want. Previously, the broadcasts would disappear after 24 hours or you had to save them in your camera roll, sometimes making free space on your device an issue. “We are actively building support on controlling of how your broadcasts stay…