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The new streaming application of Twitter Periscope finally arrived for Android devices and also features available in iOS version comes with several exclusive features. In addition to notification started live broadcasting (through hissing) has a new “return to broadcast” function, which helps to go back to the streaming flow, after being interrupted by a phone call, text message or something else.

Setting notifications includes the ability to enable or disable signals when the next user starts live broadcast, said the transmission or when the user is followed by a new user. Settings warnings are common and not based on individual user. So if you turn off the signals you will not receive alerted for new streaming broadcasts.

Android function “return to broadcast” places notification of the main screen when you were interrupted by a call or anything else. When the viewer do with what it is dispelled, it must tap the notification and Periscope will open and load the live broadcast, which was previously viewed. Developing an Android version of Periscope is led by Sara Haider. Haider’s team had to deal with the usual issues with fragmentation, and dealing with multiple screen sizes with Android.

Periscope for Android is supported by devices with KitKat 4.4 or later. Material Design elements Lollipop 5.0 attend, including a dedicated button for live broadcast.

You can download Periscope from Google Play Store.

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