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Thursday, 16 June 2016

iOS 10 allows the Gameplays via Online Streaming ReplayKit

Apple introduced iOS ReplayKit 9 enabling applications offer users the ability to record and share video screen iPhone and iPad from the app.

With iOS in October , Apple has ReplayKit Streaming, a new feature that allows online streaming of the screen of your devices.

What is streaming? For those who are unfamiliar with the term, it is a retransmission of content via the Internet which facilitates third parties the option to view a video in real time, in this case, the screen of the iPhone / iPad.

ReplayKit Streaming: the new iOS 10

During the session of State Platforms Union at WWDC, Apple revealed ReplayKit Live Streaming, with this new feature users can broadcast content as gameplays, tutorials, etc, while using the device microphone and front camera to add comments streaming.

Additionally, part of the announcement of the new functionality of iOS 10 Apple also offers compatibility APIs ReplayKit with Apple TV games.

"ReplayKit framework is easy to use that allows players to share recordings gameplays or retransmit their games live to other players and spectators. The online broadcast can help create a community and create new fans for your apps and games. It includes APIs to include comments with microphone and front camera iPhone and iPad, and reviews the new ReplayKit compatibility with Apple TV. "

Applications that implement this feature can broadcast to online services supported by the extension. In the demo, Apple used an extension of gameplays of Mobcrush platform to broadcast live the game Olympus Rising.

Apple made ​​sure to add these services requires a few lines of code for developers using ReplayKit. The function can be truly useful tutorials, addition to gameplays, and Apple has implemented in its new Swift ReplayKit Playgrounds.

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