Justin.tv Gets in on Android Streaming Action

The live streaming and broadcasting space gets a little more crowded today with the addition of the Justin.tv application.  Designed for phones running Android 1.6 and above, the free app lets users provide live video anytime, anywhere.  The title works over both 3G as well as WiFi connections and allows for sharing via Facebook and Twitter.

Although the arrival of the Justin.tv app comes after comptetors Qik and Ustream, it does offer a few goodies. For instance the hardware video encoding puts less strain on the batter while the bitrate gets tweaked based on your data connection.  Videos can be recorded in both portrait and landscape modes  and are automatically saved upon completion.  Click here to read more and to download and install Justin.tv today!

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  1. Anonymous
    September 01, 15:22 Reply

    Darn… and here I thought I was gonna have some of the same content that’s available on Justin.TV. No such luck. BTW – What’s with the ads on your RSS feed? Very annoying!

  2. Justintv
    January 17, 11:41 Reply

    finally something for my android phone

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