YouTube teamed up with Zoom and that is why video calls can now be broadcast live.
Zoom was the app that grew the most at the beginning of the contingency, as an ideal communication option.
Every day approximately 5 billion are uploaded to YouTube.
Zoom helped people with various communication problems, once they had to stay in confinement and do home office, but it had some functional and privacy problems. However, it is working to correct them and meanwhile, it has launched end-to-end encryption and also live broadcasts on YouTube, two of the requests that its users made the most.
The platform introduces new changes in its latest update and some of them are, for the moment, exclusive to its Android app, this is the case of the possibility of broadcasting live video calls through YouTube, although the process still has a lot to do with do. The version that introduces this in Android is 184.108.40.2064.
YouTube still does not allow you to do it from the private channel if it does not support this possibility, in accordance with the rules of Google’s video streaming service. But fixes are expected soon and also that iOS users can also make the function effective.
Meanwhile, there is other news such as end-to-end encryption and other improvements in its update, such as activating the phone’s flash when in a video call and sharing the image from the rear camera, thus lighting the scene. It also adds the ability to share Microsoft SharePoint files with contacts through chat.
Meanwhile, those who can already do it, enlist once and for all headphones for long hours of broadcasts.
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