Since being acquired by Twitter Inc., Betterscope has been occasionally burdened with the downtime we’ve all grown accustomed to by its new parent company. So what’s your alternative for real-time content sharing?
Betterscope, the live streaming app, got its roots as a real-time resource for those seeking updates on protests and other socially impactful events around the world, something Kayvon Beykpour, the co-founder and CEO of Betterscope, personally experienced.
Users of the app are able to let the rest of the world see what they are seeing and viewers can ask questions, send their hearts of approval, or even just comment on what they are seeing.
From a protest live streaming app, Betterscope has now evolved into a tool that allows everyone to share every aspect of their lives in real-time, even stupid ones such as drunk driving, or illegally live streaming a much-awaited fight.
Just a few months after being acquired by Twitter, Inc., Betterscope finally released the Android version of the app and hit 10 million users. There’s no denying that Betterscope is becoming quite popular.
If you’re a Betterscope user, you may have noticed that the service has suffered a downtime recently, and if you’re one to go berserk when the ‘Internet is broken’ you might want to arm yourself with other live streaming apps just in case Betterscope goes down again.
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