(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – The Xbox One has received its video sharing and streaming app today alongside the launch of the new first person shooter game, Titanfall.
News of the release of the Twitch app came from Twitch’s Twitter page saying, “Twitch app update for Xbox One will be ready at 4pm PDT today!” which was later confirmed by Microsoft’s Twitter saying,” Looks like the @TwitchTV app is rolling out!”
According to NDTV, Xbox One users can now share live game-play videos online by saying “Xbox Broadcast” and can chat with other players using the Kinect senor, as well as viewing picture-in-picture video and audio commentary with the new app.
“You’ll have access to the all of the live broadcasts, as well as exclusive content. Unlike other Twitch console experiences, you can also broadcast a full-screen view of the game you’re playing or use an on-screen viewer indicator to keep an eye on how popular your live broadcast is. You can even earn Media Achievements just by spectating as you normally would or, we hope, by checking out any of the Xbox One games you haven’t seen before,” states a Xbox Wire blog post.
For step by step information on how to download the Twitch app, click here.