Ustream Live Broadcaster App Approved

Available In: App Store       Price: Free  

UstreamApple has finally approved the live streaming app by Ustream.com. Previously there was an app for viewing live streams and an app for recording video and uploading it later but not live streaming. This is huge and will most likely lead to the approval of Qik for the iPhone too. Previously these types of apps were only available by jailbreaking your iPhone. With the recent approval of the video streaming app, Knocking Live Video, supposedly directly approved by Steve Jobs himself after initial denial, we will most likely see all of these types of apps approved.

The Ustream application is very nice. It allows you to see live chat from your viewers, create a poll and have viewers vote live on the video and you can see the results, you can automatically have it upload the video to YouTube or Facebook when you’re done, and you can have it tweet when you’re streaming live. I tested it over wifi and here’s the results:

Ustream Broadcaster

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  1. Correct me if I’m wrong but afaik Qik for 3GS has been available for a long time in the AppStore at least it was definitely available since August.

  2. http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/3146443

    was very interesting to see my push notifications show up in the video stream link above…. Streamed the kids christmas concert for the grandparents and when I viewed it later it had my push notifications in the video…

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  1. […] Ustream Live Broadcaster App Approved | Apple iPhone School – Apple has finally approved the live streaming app by Ustream.com. Previously there was an app for viewing live streams and an app for recording video and […]

  2. […] If you’d like to get involved, here’s some tips. Obviously, turn off your Wifi; the point here is to bog down the cellular network so you’ll want to avoid connecting to a local wireless network. Also, you’ll want to use a high bandwidth app like YouTube or other video website. Make sure you check out the comments on the blog linked to above, there are some great ideas on using up bandwidth like NASA’s live video stream or Ustream’s new uploader. […]

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