Twitch: Live Game Streaming 17+
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Twitch is where thousands of communities come together for our favorite streamers, for the games we love, for the lulz, for each other, for whatever. Download Twitch and join millions enjoying live games, music, sports, esports, podcasts, cooking shows, IRL streams, and whatever else crosses our community’s wonderfully absurd minds. We’ll see you in chat.
Here’s a convenient list of other awesome things about Twitch:
Everyone is “about” community. We actually are one: Whatever you nerd out about, you can find your people on Twitch.
Give support, get support: Find new streamers and subscribe to your favorites. Plus, unlock exclusive perks for your support.
Start your own channel: The Twitch app is one of the easiest ways to start streaming. Just create an account, go live directly from the app, and bring people together around whatever you’re passionate about.
You never know what you’ll find: Popular games are always live, but so are music festivals, rocket launches, street tours of Tokyo, and goat yoga. Yes, really.
Dark mode: Y’all love this one. Black and purple have never looked this good together.
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Ratings and Reviews
We love watching live streams of League of Legends, Roblox and everything in between. And there’s more to Twitch than games. The Travel and Outdoors category (you’ll find it in the Browse tab) has live animal cams. There’s even an entire channel dedicated to painter and teacher (and master of happy little trees) Bob Ross.
Overall, the Twitch mobile app is a great tool for casual viewers who want to stay up-to-date with their favorite streamers on-the-go. The app is well-designed and easy to navigate, with all of the features you need to watch and interact with your favorite Twitch channels. One thing that would improve the app is the addition of a search bar for emotes. While the app allows you to use emotes in the chat, it can be difficult to find the specific one you want without a search feature. Adding this functionality would make it much easier for users to communicate with streamers and other viewers. That being said, the app is near perfect for anyone who wants to watch Twitch streams on the go. The interface is user-friendly, and the app includes all of the essential features such as following channels, viewing recommended streams, and browsing through previously watched streams. Additionally, the app offers a great viewing experience, with the ability to adjust video quality and access full-screen mode, even low latency mode! In summary, while a search bar for emotes would be a nice addition, the Twitch mobile app is an excellent tool for casual viewers who want to stay connected to their favorite streamers on mobile. The app is easy to use, with a clean interface and a host of useful features that make it a must-have for any Twitch fan.
Mobile finally doing well
I love the streamers I watch on twitch. I’m going to watch them regardless of my experience, but the experience can definitely cause frustration when it’s not working. There’s been a lot of headaches (annoyances) over the years on the mobile app and each update that would bring features also seemed to bring some annoying bugs. I say this as someone who will use this app most of my waking hours. Even at work or on a commute I’ll have it running but be listening in only. I’ve realized that the annoyances I’ve been having have significantly improved. I no longer feel like Im missing out by not watching from my PC. Picture on picture mode was a huge improvement. Im not stuck having to stop listening/watching when i need to multitask. Low latency mode brought to mobile no longer makes me feel behind the community in the chat. Ability to do sound only mode is excellent for lower connection areas (perfect while I’m driving!) and even when bugs come with new updates twitch is actually making some quick fixes now. I’m impressed. For years it felt like the app was an afterthought. They’ve turned a new leaf everyone!
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