Mobile Live Streaming Service TwitCasting Breaks 10 Million Users Mark
San Francisco, CA — Moi Corporation, developers of TwitCasting and one of the pioneers in mobile live video streaming, announced today the registration of their ten millionth user. This follows the 150MM broadcasts milestone TwitCasting broadcasters “streamed” past last month, reflecting the continuing growth and activity of their worldwide live streaming community.
TwitCasting, launched in 2010 and available on both iOS and Android, was designed for broadcasting and real-time, open communications. It dynamically adjusts to network quality, reducing bandwidth requirements as needed. Broadcasters can live stream and record without worrying about network quality issues. Viewers can comment and chat with broadcasters and even follow them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. As many as five viewers can even join a broadcast – making TwitCasting the only mobile platform that supports multi-screen streaming.
The company focuses on ease of use and making live streaming an enjoyable experience. New users can sign in with their Twitter or Facebook accounts, and start broadcasting with no delays after a single tap. The live video is displayed in their feed, where followers can simply watch or click through to participate in the broadcast. The app’s performance, simplicity and ease of use has been a key factor in adoption and continues to drive strong mobile growth.
TwitCasting users trend young (under 25) and includes celebrities, singers and musicians who use TwitCasting to connect in real-time with their fans and followers; citizen journalists like the Brazilian Midia Ninja who use it to broadcast events at protests; politicians, educators and people who simply want to share their lives with friends. Dr. Monte Tatum, Director of the iLearn Progam at Freed-Hardeman University (Henderson, TN) uses it as a collaboration tool, and teaches it at state and local education conferences. Another broadcaster, Mayra dias Gomes, bestselling author and journalist from Brazil, now living in Hollywood, says “TwitCasting lets me take my fans and followers with me wherever I go, and as a result, they feel like they are a part of my life.”
The company is now hard at work on the next generation of apps for iOS and Android, due for release later this spring.
Moi Corporation, with offices in San Francisco and headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, is the fast growing startup company responsible for TwitCasting live video streaming on iOS, Android and on the web. The TwitCasting live streaming community has grown organically to 10MM registered users worldwide. Learn more at http://about.moi.st/en/.
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