The co-founder of Vine came up with the idea of launching a new streaming service called Hype. Tech specialists argue that the industry of live streaming has developed to be very crowded. All the tools implemented by Facebook and Twitter had already dethroned a company which represented competition called Meerkat. Vine’s co-founders do not seem to seem to be scared of competition.
They worked hard to try and surpass every other streaming service, and they brought to their fans the new feature called Hype. This new app offers you the possibility of live streaming a video meant to entertain and to make you feel more comfortable about yourself. The advantages of this new update are that it benefits from a wide variety of other features which are absent from other streaming services.
The users who represent the audience can communicate with the streamers and comment given the streams by using votes, questions, and polls. Streamers have the possibility of underlining particular comments from their live streaming video.
Users are offered the option to choose how their video will look like in the stream. They will able to choose from a range of shaped windows, or they can change the location of the stream on the screen. What is more, hosts are prone to attach any media they think is best suitable for their video, using a GIF, a song, a picture or a video.
Users of Hype will be able to choose from a broader range of opportunities. They could review movies or games or even create a spontaneous footage. Another possibility is to use the streaming service to comment on a widespread idea at the moment, the news you watch, sports events or any concerts you are into.
You can create a video where you display your artistic skills by painting, dancing or singing, but you can also use the feature to ask rare questions to your friends or to tell a funny story. No matter what option you chose or event, there will also be an audience who appreciates your efforts.
The new app Hype displays a lot of potentials. But it, in the end, it all depends on of the community which follows your videos.
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