The Best Live Streaming App for Android

Live Streaming App for Android

“Is it possible to share your life moments with your loved ones or fans?”

Yes, it is possible through live streaming apps. You just need to install these live streaming apps on your smartphones and go live with your friends, fans or loved one.

Smartphones are everywhere. And if you look around you, everyone you will see has their head down on their smartphone, and they will be busy in doing social media or using other apps. So it’s the best time to take advantage of this phenomenon through live video streaming of your events using your smartphones.

So in this article, I am going to share the best live video streaming android apps those you can use to broadcast the best moments of your day/event.

Best Live Streaming Apps


Periscope is the best live streaming app for the smartphone which is available for the Android user as well as for the iOS users. It is available for free to use. Twitter officially owns it so you can easily share your live stream with your twitter followers.

This app allows you to share your live stream as large to the public and privately to a specific one. It allows replaying the video if any of your friends missed the live event.

The biggest advantage of this Android app is that it allows you to save your video on youtube after broadcast and share with the wider audience.


Meerkat is giving the biggest competition to Periscope App. This application is the best to use when you have to broadcast your event public. You can not share your live streaming to the specific audience. Meerkat allows you to live stream video from your phone to all of your Twitter followers at once. Press ‘Stream’, and instantly your live video stream shows up in your follower’s Twitter feeds.


Live Steam is another super live streaming app available for smartphones and the web. It is a free Android App which can be used to stream your event to the large audience. This application allows you to search broadcasters throughout the world and favorite their profile to get the notification when they will go live. You broadcast live from your phone or tablet to viewers watching on Facebook, Twitter, Livestream or any other website. It allows you to engage with audiences via the built-in chat feature.


UStream is an IBM Product specially designed for streaming live. It is available for Android user and free for use. But it is hard to us to recommend to your because the HD live streaming is not available for each device. You can enjoy HD Live streaming only on few devices especially Android 6.0 supported devices.

In the free version, they support Ads and if you want to enjoy live video streaming without ads, you need to use premium version.


YouNow is another Free live video streaming android app? Along with video streaming, it also allows you to video chat with your friends.

On YouNow, you can,

EXPLORE: Browse live video and catch up on what you missed in the Moments feed.
BROADCAST: Go live by tapping the green “GO life” button on your profile.

INTERACT: Chat with broadcasters, buy bars to send gifts, the request to the guest, and capture your favorite broadcast moments.

DISCOVER: Find creators, artists, musicians, and your favorite personalities.


Youtube is also a good way to live stream your event free of cost. Youtube allows you to create a live streaming event and you can broadcast that event privately to the specific audience of publically to throughout the world. YouTube allows you to share live event link to your social media account, and people can access the event from there.


As we all know, every 2nd person is using Facebook in the world. So you can utilize your audience to spread your live event. Facebook also allows you to go live with your Facebook Fan page and Facebook profile. Going live on Facebook Fan page is accessed from every country but going live from your Facebook Profile is restricted some countries.

About the Author: Mithilesh Chaubey

Mithilesh is a part time blogger from Noida. He loves to write on various topics of technology, Gadgets, Health & sports.

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