Periscope’s Latest Update Let’s You Watch Sunsets From All Over the World in Real-Time


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Periscope wants you to watch the sun rise and set across the globe. The latest update to Periscope’s iOS app allows you to join Scopes in real-time to watch the sun rise and fall anytime of the day, anywhere you are.

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Can’t get enough sunset pictures on Instagram? Well, Periscope has a solution to get your fix with its newest iOS update.

The livestreaming app now includes a daylight curve where users can join a livestream session (called a “Scope”) of a sunrise or sunset in real time from countries around the globe. (via Periscope’s iOS update)

Broadcasters can also include their local time during a Scope, which gives viewers more information and context on where they are and what time it is, locally.

This update to Periscope comes shortly after their recent partnership announcement with GoPro, which will allow adventurists, explorers, athletes, and any GoPro owner the ability to livestream from their GoPro camera directly to Periscope and Twitter.

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Erica Perry

Content and Marketing Associate , Crowdcentric

Erica Perry is a Social Media Week contributor, and Marketing & Content Associate for Crowdcentric. A recent graduate from Boston College, Erica resides in Boston, Mass.



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