Periscope now auto saves your broadcasts by default


Periscope, Twitter’s live video broadcasting application, is currently rolling out an update that will enable the app to automatically save broadcasts. Before now, broadcasts would disappear 24 hours after the stream itself had ended.

Over the last month or so, Periscope has been testing out a feature that would save broadcasts to your account permanently, but the hashtag “#save” would have to be included in the stream to make this work.

Periscope Update Announcement Tweet

If you don’t want this feature to be enabled, there will be options available in Periscope’s settings that will let you adjust how and when you want your broadcasts to be saved.

Download on Google Play: Periscope


Justin Duino
I am a technology geek through and through. For as long as I can remember I have been tearing apart electronics to figure out how they work. I got into writing about Android by first learning how to program for the ecosystem and being a part of the developer community. I can always be found playing with a new phone or the latest wearable.

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