YouTube is making it even easier for people to livestream from their mobile devices (as if we needed another way to share our lives in real time.)
Android Police reported on Wednesday that YouTube is making livestreaming accessible to more users by doing away with the "1,000 subscriber or more" requirement to utilize the feature. Now, users with a subscriber base of any size can use the livestreaming feature.
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YouTube originally had a requirement of 10,000 subscribers for users to go live on a tablet or mobile device, which was pretty demanding for the ordinary user. Then, back in April, the platform relaxed the requirement to 1,000 to better cater to anyone who wasn't a major brand or viral vlogger with a massive following. Read more... More about Tech , Mobile , Video , Youtube , and Conversations