TwitCasting Live


Description of App: 

Stream live video and share your real time experience with your friends and followers.

Go on live from your phone/mac, using your Twitter/Facebook account and broadcast your moments in life. Join 3 million livecasters around the world. Interact with your viewers by reading their live comments on screen.

Super simple and easy to use. No registration is required, just login with Twitter/Facebook account and you can notify your Twitter followers and Facebook friends when you go on live.

Just one tap and your on live, with your mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Your friends can watch your live on their PC browsers, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad via TwitCasting Viewer.

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* Live stream video and audio with low latency technology (0.3 - 3.0sec).* Connect to Bluetooth microphones, headphones.* Update twitter timeline and your statuses while broadcasting. (or you can post you live to your Facebook wall while broadcasting your live).* Save your video as a recorded live on our web site.* Send Push Notification to get your audiences ready within a second. (audiences need to subscribe for your live in advance)

LANGUAGES:English, Japanese, Portuguese



Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known



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Accessibility Comments: 

The greatest issue with this app is the unclear labeling of most buttons, though the buttons which allow for basic functionality are clearly labeled. The interface also could be more clearly designed, but can be figured out, especially if you're familiar with the web site..

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling: 

Few buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.

Other Comments: 

This app, in my opinion, makes for a good substitute for those wishing to live stream but do not wish to use Ustream, which, from what I've read, has some pretty major accessibility issues, though the audio on this app could be better.

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