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We have 1 review for periscope. The average overall ratings is 4.0 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: Periscope is a social media app that is like none other. Its concept and execution are unique and as a result, the site has millions of users. Due to its user-friendly interface, starting a live broadcast is simple and finding someone who is broadcasting is just as easy. The ease of use also carries over to the viewer's ability to ask questions and your ability to answer them.
Pros: Search by Location Periscope allows you to search by location, allowing you to see people who are broadcasting near you. On the opposite side, if you are broadcasting people in your area can find your live stream simply by searching by location. Hearts Hearts are a fun feature on Periscope that allows the audience to show whoever is streaming that they like their content. Hearts are free and can be spammed by users to show tons of love to their favorite stars. Free to Use Periscope is free for both viewers and broadcasters, allowing anyone to reach a wider audience than ever before. Save Broadcasts for 24 Hours On most live streaming applications, the broadcast will disappear as soon as it ends making it impossible for some viewers to watch. When broadcasting with Periscope, your stream will stay on your account for 24 hours giving viewers a longer window of time to catch it.
Cons: No Stored History Since Periscope doesn't save your broadcasts forever, it is impossible to save comments and hearts from viewers as well. Periscope also doesn't show any analytics about users live streams, making it difficult for professional broadcasters to grow on the app. Share on Twitter only Due to the fact that Periscope and Twitter run by the same company, users only have the option to share their broadcast to Twitter. As a result, any followers from other social media platforms won't see that you are currently live and will miss out on the broadcast.
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