The popular live video streaming service Periscope is now saying goodbye. Owned by Twitter, Periscope will be completely shut down on April 1, 2021, following the app’s removal from the iOS App Store and Google Play.
Periscope Stories March 31
Periscope Stories December 15, 2020
[Update: Confirmed] Here’s why Twitter may shut down Periscope live streaming app
Amid the expansion of its video/audio features in the Twitter app and increasing competition, it looks like Twitter may be planning to retire its live broadcasting app Periscope.
Periscope Stories July 28, 2018
Twitter says it will start suspending Periscope accounts that make repeated abusive comments
As part of its efforts to crackdown on abuse and spam across its network, Twitter announced that it is rolling out a new policy to those who make abusive remarks in the comments of a Periscope live broadcast.
Periscope Stories June 21, 2017
Periscope is rolling out a new update to the live broadcasting app that lets you tip broadcasters as a way to support their work.
The new tipping feature is included in with new ‘Super Hearts’, which viewers can purchase then send to broadcasters during a live stream. In return, broadcasters can cash out Super Hearts monthly as a new revenue stream.
Periscope Stories March 28, 2017
Some Periscope live-streaming videos will be getting pre-roll ads, says Twitter
If you enjoy watching live-streaming Periscope videos, be prepared to start seeing some pre-roll ads first. Twitter has announced that it will start selling the ad-slots from today.
Periscope Stories December 28, 2016
Twitter has announced today that it is bringing support for live 360-degree video to the broadcasting service Periscope. The move comes as Twitter continues to heavily invest in live video and faces increasingly strong competition from Facebook and others. Twitter and Periscope outlined the new feature in blog posts.