Fasten your seat belts, because the live streaming craze is here to stay: in fact, it’s now expanding to Android devices as well.
Android users can now signup and gain access to Meerkat‘s beta version. This comes shortly after the company’s announcement that an Android app was on its way. This latest move confirms that Meerkat is now testing its Android app, rather than just developing it.
If you like our stories, there is an easy way to stay updated:
All those interested in catching a glimpse of the new app, can sign up in a simple Google doc form provided by Meerkat team itself:
We’re opening up Meerkat for Android to external beta testers! Sign up
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