More » Another free video streamer for Android and i OS users with an appropriate name is You Now.
You can start broadcasting in seconds and even tag your stream to help people find you in searches.
Once you're live, you can chat with viewers (or block chat), see who's watching, swap between the front and back camera and add viewers as fans.
The top fans and broadcasters are shown in the app so that you can quickly connect with other popular live streamers.
This app lets you login with your Facebook, Instagram, Google or Twitter account.
Right before you go live, you can choose to share your live stream on your social media sites to get even more viewers.
Anyone watching Stream video can save clips or short slices of the video stream (up to 15 seconds each) and string them together into highlight reels that can be replayed for 24 hours.
Like some streaming apps, this one lets others chat in real time while they are watching the stream, and their avatars appear superimposed on top of the video.
More » Periscope is another popular and easy to use free live stream app.
You can use it to find other broadcasters or stream your own surroundings.
They're great for video calling but not so great for sending out a live stream to other users who are wanting to see what you're up to right now.