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Livestream Your Phone's Screen With Mirrativ App

Livestream Your Phone's Screen With Mirrativ App

We understand if you're a big mobile gamer and you're a little jealous of all your friends who get to broadcast their PC or console gaming sessions on Twitch. You really have no great way to show the world your Candy Crush skills.To get more news about moonlive, you can visit official website.
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Japanese mobile gaming company DeNA is looking to fix that. According to The Wall Street Journal, the company's live-streaming app, Mirrativ, lets mobile users broadcast what's happening on their cell phone screen. Fire up the app, and you'll be able to stream the contents of your phone's screen to the world, whether that's a mobile game, your photo editing or GIF-making skills, or a demo for your parents on how to set up their email.

Before you get too excited, a few caveats: First, Mirrativ is still in beta, so the app—which only works on Android—is a bit limited. To prevent a system overload, DeNA will only allow live-streaming at certain times during the day. We recommend following them on Twitter to find out when you can start a stream.

Once you're broadcasting, those viewing your activity will be able to leave comments and ask questions. They'll also be able to like your broadcast if you're particularly interesting—when they do, you'll see your star rating directly on your screen. If you have a front-facing camera on your smartphone, you'll even be able to superimpose your noggin' overtop your streaming screen's image. It won't look quite as seamless as some of the better cutouts we often see on Twitch, but it's something.
It doesn't appear as if the app will let you publish a link to your stream on social media sites; you'll have to install Mirrativ in order to see everyone else who is broadcasting. You will, however, be able to send private URLs to your friends if you just want to restrict particular broadcasts to just a few people.

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