Want to share a live video feed with the world? Thanks to a ton of different apps, now you can. Imagine having a live video stream of your dog while you are at work or having a live video feed of the washer to know when your clothes are done. There are endless possibilities. We compare our favorites in this App Guide.
Look around you. Everyone you see has their heads down with their thumbs tapping away on a small screen.
Mobile phones are literally everywhere. It’s time to take advantage of this phenomenon through live video streaming of your events using your iPhone or Android phone. Sometimes you might see something and think “Hey! Wish I could broadcast that live right now!” but you don’t have your camcorder with you. Well, good thing there’s an app for everything these days.
Mobile phones have become ubiquitous in today’s society and it’s not surprising to know that 1 in 5 people in the world have smartphones. By the end of 2015, there will be 2 billion smartphone users in the world. That means a quarter of the entire human population on earth has the means to be connected to the internet anytime, anywhere.
Smartphones have also become mini-TVs with larger and more high-definition screens. In 2014, 53% of all video was viewed on mobile. That figure will rise to 69% by 2018. People will be on the train watching their TV shows or they will be following the live stream of the Giants vs. Dodgers at AT&T Park. People are now more keen to watch what they want when they want it. It’s the same thing for broadcasters they can now broadcast video content from wherever they are through their smartphones.
Here are some of the best live video streaming apps for mobile that will work with your DaCast channel.
Carrying around a mere pocket camcorder won't cut it when you need to capture video of up-to-the-minute breaking events whether you're attending a big protest or the local Little League playoffs. After all, you still need to dump the video onto your PC and upload it to YouTube before anyone can watch it. However, if you have a smartphone or tablet with a mobile broadband connection, you can skip the PC steps completely by setting up a live streaming-video feed directly from your mobile gadget that anyone can watch over the Internet.
In this article, I'll show you how to set up your own live video feed using the Ustream iOS or Android app, so you can be the baddest citizen journalist on your block. Remember, though, that if you're relying on your 3G or 4G connection instead of on Wi-Fi to send your video feed, the video quality will likely be choppy and inconsistent, especially if you're in a crowded area.
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