Thursday, 18 May 2017

You Can Now Live Stream Using YouTube Mobile App

YouTube has added many cool features to it online video streaming platform, like earlier this year YouTube reduced the subscriber requirement for users when it come to streaming from mobile as before it was required channels to have at least 10,000 subscribers before they were allowed to live stream via the mobile app, but this number was then reduced to 1,000.

YouTube latest update has it that YouTube has decided to get rid of subscriber requirements entirely. Meanwhile, according to a report, YouTube will now allow users to live stream from the mobile app regardless of how many subscribers they have. In the screenshot above, you will find the live stream button at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, that is assuming that you meet the bare minimum requirements set by YouTube.

There is now a catch when you open your YouTube mobile app and as a channel owner, you need to verify your channel. However your YouTube must not have been on any live stream restrictions placed on them in the last 90 days, such as any potential violations that might have resulted in a temporary ban or restriction, but if none of these is an issue, then you can go ahead and stream right away.

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