YouTube offering live streaming on YouTube since 2011, before it was cool. Millions of people around the world tuned in to watch the Royal Wedding in 2011. One-sixth of the Internet watched Felix Baumgartner leap from space live on YouTube in 2012. But now YouTube is going to launch YouTube live Mobile Streaming .
YouTube is adding a live streaming option to its mobile app, the company announced on 24th June 2016, a new feature that will allow users to broadcast live video from their mobile devices with the touch of a button. The company’s mobile streaming interface looks markedly similar to Periscope’s, with viewer comments scrolling up the screen over the broadcast, but YouTube says its existing infrastructure gives it an advantage over competitors, with streamers and their viewers able to search live broadcasts just as they can search recorded videos.
It’s a little surprising that it’s taken YouTube so long to get into this business, as the company has supported live broadcasts on the YouTube platform for a long time now. Facebook may have a big advantage, because that’s where all of your friends are, but the many creators who have built large and dedicated YouTube followings will surely benefit from this. And it’s not hard to imagine plenty of other, less popular users giving YouTube’s live video option a shot as well. The company is rolling out the feature today for a small group of its creators, but there’s no word yet on when we’ll all get a chance to stream live YouTube broadcasts.
How to use YouTube live Mobile Streaming :-
YouTube mobile live streaming will be baked right into the core YouTube mobile app. You won’t need to open anything else, just hit the big red capture button right there in the corner, take or select a photo to use as a thumbnail, and you can broadcast live to your fans and chat in near real time. YouTube says that that in addition to providing better protection from unauthorized use, its live streams will also be “faster and more reliable than anything else out there.” But for now, YouTube hasn’t given a date for the feature’s arrival, promising only that it will be available to general users “soon.”