Folks who love watching live content in the comfort of their own homes will be glad to know that Ustream is now available to them on their 10-inch Honeycomb tablets. In case you didn’t know, Ustream is an app that allows users to watch live videos (and regular videos) that have been recorded by other members of the Ustream community. It also allows you to shoot your own live videos for other people to stream online.
Previously available for other smartphones and on the PC, the app is now available for Android Honeycomb tablets with some new features. Ustream now combines both broadcasting and viewing in the same app. Broadcasting users can interact with viewers through chat and Social Stream while broadcasting live and they can even poll their audiences at any time for responses in case they’re having trouble making up their minds over what they want to shoot.
Ustream for Honeycomb tablets is now available as a free download from the Android Market . If you’re into watching or sharing live video –give it a shot and let us know what you think.
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