Twitch: Live Game Streaming

Twitch: Live Game Streaming

By Twitch Interactive, Inc.

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2011-10-26
  • Current Version: 6.5.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 165.74 MB
  • Developer: Twitch Interactive, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 429,718 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Twitch: Live Game Streaming App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
From 429,718 Reviews
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Twitch: Live Game Streaming App Description

Experience the games you love like never before! Watch live streams and chat with devoted gamers around the world. Catch the action as it happens! Access all the content you care about, from frenetic Overwatch multiplayer matches to soothing Bob Ross art demos. With millions of unique streamers every day playing everything under the sun, if it’s worth watching, it’s live on Twitch right now. Twitch: TOP 3 FEATURES 1. Watch live videos of your favorite games, from blockbuster titles like Minecraft and League of Legends to little-known indie gems. 2. Connect with other gamers in real time with full-featured live chat. 3. Go live with a touch and share your passion with the world! Be a part of the leading social gaming platform on iPhone and iPad! With esports events, art, cooking, music and much more on demand, there’s something for everyone on Twitch. + Watch interactive live shows from the likes of Sony, Microsoft, Blizzard and Riot Games. + Tune into unique programming, from music festival live streams to exclusive video game events. + Discover new content with ease thanks to simple and intuitive navigation. + Switch to Dark Mode for those late night viewing sessions. Join the millions of hardcore and casual gamers who have found a place to connect over the games they love. Take your passion to the next level with Twitch! For feedback and assistance, please visit our Support Center: https://help.twitch.tv

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App Reviews

  • Pretty gud

    5
    By Danny this names take
    This is pretty gud
  • It's like you don't even care...

    1
    By Awp2513
    -Ads every 5(?) minutes on VODs? I guess I'll watch on YouTube...good call, twitch! I want to watch past broadcasts of a streamer currently hosting or live. How do I get there without having to search for them and clicking their profile or listen to the person they're hosting and inevitably watch an ad? Feel of channel pages isn't great. Controls snap when pulling up old videos, cutting off the top of past broadcasts.
  • Twitch saved my life

    5
    By SMittY SmiTsmit
    :)
  • Twitch is my life

    5
    By zuudfgy
    It’s amazing and a very good Community
  • 5Kappa!

    5
    By Chan|Family
    THE BEST! The Best! the best..
  • KuIuh

    5
    By KuIuhs
    Love this app. Thank you
  • Can't see past broadcast

    4
    By __SkyWalker__
    Can't see past broadcasts....
  • Very buggy at the moment

    2
    By ruffbotz
    With the past two iOS updates it’s caused my app to be very slow and at times unresponsive. Having to open and re-open. Sometimes upon opening it just freezes, thus having to force close then reopen.
  • Amazing

    5
    By KakashiElite
    It’s an amazing app, you get too get know streamers and make friends, plus watch amazing gamers and all, plus irl!!
  • Don’t forgot your password

    1
    By reviewrus18
    This app might be cool if I could get on it. If you go to the twitch app they make you log in vs if you go to twitch.com you can watch streamers right away. You would think they would want me to use their app but they make it so difficult. Since I have to sign up/ login to use the app I did so. However a few days after I first logged in I have to re-enter my information. Obviously I forgot my password and set off to reset it. For one, you need to remember your user name and your email which is silly, an email would work just fine. Two, once you do get the reset email, IT DOESNT WORK! The email sends you straight to the app which asks you to log in!!!! So basically you’re in an endless loop. Hope I wake up tomorrow and remember my password, or maybe I’ll just go to twitch.com and save me a headache.

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