One of the most celebrated, publicized, mainstream apps is finally on the Android platform and by extension, on your computer too! Periscope is here and so is Periscope for PC! The tremendously successful and popular iPhone app has made the switch over and as a consequence, there’s no question that millions of users will be signing up quickly, having done so already.
A true milestone in broadcasting video.
Periscope cuts the clutter and the dependence on news networks and other media outlets for video coverage on any particular event. Imagine a world wherein a popular street performance or a parade is broadcasted to the world by a thousand cameras instead of the 10 or 12 allocated to broadcast television. Imagine looking at an event from plenty of different angles, through the lens of an individual’s phone lens who is sharing his view and broadcasting it to anyone, everyone, everywhere in the world. That’s what you get with Periscope and what’s better than to watch live streamed events on your desktop computer or your laptop with Periscope on PC?! More on that below. Rest assured, by the time you’re done reading this review, you’ll also know how to get Periscope installed and running your Windows machine.
Periscope is one of those fundamental apps that could be earmarked as a must-have application, or indeed, even pre-installed on phones, tablets and other devices by manufacturers. There has never been an easier, faster, instant hook-up of broadcasting anything that’s been shot on your phone or tablet, or indeed even through the web camera of your computer, to the wider world, in a second’s notice. Popular users of Periscope are certain to have followers who will be notified of any new streams that go live and they can join in and comment on the video on a real-time basis, letting you know exactly what they feel about your latest live stream.
Looking through the lens on your computer.
As mentioned above, it is entirely possible and feasible to get Periscope on PC. To help you in the task, you’ll need an emulator and that’s exactly what you’ll find with Andy.
Andy is a capable emulator that can be installed on Windows, to run Android apps and games from your Windows desktop by downloading apps such as Periscope, directly to your computer. It really is that simple!
How to Download Periscope for your PC:
Step 1: Download the android emulator software Andy and it is available for free. Click here to download: Download
Step 2: Start the installation of Andy by clicking on the installer file you downloaded.
Step 3: When the software is ready to be used, start it and complete the sign up procedure and login with Google Play account.
Step 4: Start Google play store app and use its search tool to search Periscope download.
Step 5: Find Periscope and start the installation.
Step 6: Launch the game and you can now play Periscope on pc using a mouse or your keyboard and even your touch screen, you can use the control button to emulate the pinch function to zoom in and out.
Step 7: You can also install remote control app form here for remotely accessing the game: Andy remote control app
Support: we maintain an online real-time Facebook support group if you have any issues with Andy OS to the installation process, you can use this link to access the group: support
Enjoy Playing Periscope on PC!!!