5 best apps to live stream games from your Android phone


There was a time when game streaming was limited to PC games but with the rise and improvement of mobile games, things have changed around the world. There are a number of streamers who are making good money by streaming their favorite mobile games like PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty, Free Fire, Minecraft, Roblox, and Brawl Stars. The best part is that you do not need to have a fancy and high-end setup to stream.

We have compiled a list of the 5 best Android apps that you can use to live stream games directly from your Android smartphone or tablet. All you need to do is to have a decently powerful device and a fast internet connection. These apps let you stream to all the major streaming platforms like Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook.


Streamlabs is a well-known name among game streamers and while its desktop client is the preferred choice, it also has a smartphone app. It supports live streaming your gameplay directly to Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, Nimo TV, and TikTok. You can choose custom RTMP servers if you wish to stream the gameplay somewhere else.

It works with popular Streamlabs widgets like Chat Box, Alert Box, Donation Goal/Ticket, The Jar, and Event List. You can easily choose from microphone audio, internal game sound, or mixing different audio sources. Easily create custom overlays featuring your logos and custom text to give your stream a unique look. There is also support for adjusting various aspects of your stream like bitrate, frames per second, and audio sampling rate.

Omlet Arcade

Omlet Arcade is another popular name in the game streaming space. It supports streaming your gameplay to a wide range of platforms including its own. It has a growing community of gamers where you can connect with others and follow their gameplays as well.

It provides you with RTMP links to help you stream on other platforms. You can use the app to create custom overlays and animated profile frames. It has colorful streaming messages, custom watermark, thumbnail, and Shield Mode images to make your streams more fun. It even offers stream performance reports for streams done on Omlet, YouTube, Twitch, or Facebook.

The app even has mobile eSports tournaments support. It lets you host your own tournaments as well as join other existing ones. This mode makes it easier to get registrations, send team invite codes, auto team formation, brackets generation, and match chats.


Mobcrush is a live streaming app with all the commonly expected features. It supports streaming directly to YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch along with its own platform. It is easier to interact with your audience through live chat. You can make new contacts by getting in touch with other streamers on the app.

It has a Go Live Get Paid program which is currently limited to US-based streamers. It is meant to help streamers with a decent audience get in touch with brands for sponsorship deals.

Prism Live Studio

Prism Live Studio focuses on all types of live streams including video games. It supports direct streaming to YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, Twitter, and Nimo TV. You can even stream to multiple platforms simultaneously. It has a dedicated chat widget that makes it convenient to chat with your audience while you game at the same time.

There are various media overlays to choose from like music, videos, and photos. It has beauty effects for those who prefer using them. Similarly, you have camera effects and animated text effects. All live streams come with the Prism watermark by default but that can be removed from settings.


Turnip is another handy Android app to live stream your gameplay. It lets you stream to all the major platforms including multiple ones. There is support for custom overlays, thumbnails, and effects to make your streams fun and unique. You can check audience chat in real-time and create communities to interact with like-minded people.

Ajit Singh
Ajit is a freelance tech reporter who loves everything tech but has a soft corner for Android. He started his stint in tech journalism in 2015 and has previously worked with publications like Digit India and Android Headlines. You can also find his work on MySmartPrice.

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