The popular live video streaming service Periscope is now saying goodbye. Owned by Twitter, Periscope will be completely closed on April 1, 2021 after the app is removed from the iOS App Store and Google Play.
Twitter had already confirmed the end of Periscope in December last year, but today the company announced that this is the last day that users will have access to the live video streaming service.
That was it. Our last goodbye. Today is the last day the Periscope app will be available. We give you gratitude to all the creators and viewers who light up the Periscope community. We hope to see you all live on Twitter.
Periscope started the development in 201
Since the acquisition of Periscope, most of the platform’s features have been integrated directly into Twitter through a feature called Twitter Live – which will remain available to users. At the same time, the Periscope team is also working on Spaces, a new Twitter tool that offers live audio chat rooms.
According to Twitter, the Periscope website will remain accessible with an archive of all public content, while users can also download Periscope videos from there. However, Periscope’s mobile apps no longer work.
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