Periscope closing down on April 1st, live video streaming service app no longer accessible on App Store

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The popular live video streaming service Periscope is presently bidding farewell. Owned by Twitter, Periscope will be totally closed down on April 1, 2021, following the application’s removal from the iOS App Store and Google Play.

Twitter had effectively affirmed the finish of Periscope in December a year ago, yet today the organization declared that this is the latest day that clients will actually want to access the live video streaming service.

This is it. Our last farewell. Today is the latest day the Periscope application will be accessible. We leave you with our appreciation for every one of the makers and watchers who light up the Periscope community. We desire to see you all live on Twitter.

Periscope started development in 2014 and was gained by Twitter in 2015 preceding it was even released to the public. The application was viewed as one of the most popular tools for streaming from a cell phone. Notwithstanding, this doesn’t imply that clients will presently don’t have an alternative to make live video on Twitter.

Since the procurement of Periscope, the greater part of the platform’s features have been coordinated straightforwardly into Twitter through a feature called Twitter Live — which will stay accessible to clients. Simultaneously, the Periscope team is additionally working on Spaces, a new Twitter tool that offers live audio chat rooms.

As per Twitter, the Periscope site will stay accessible with an archive of all the public content, while clients can likewise download their Periscope videos from that point. Periscope’s mobile applications, in any case, will at this point don’t work.

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