|Periscope not connecting. Classic problem which should be addressed|
Periscope is a great app or idea, but I have to say 99% of the time you get bad connection or perpetual zebra like idle static video connection on your screen. Somehow somebody is seeing whatever is being shown, but I guess that is only 1% of the time.
So, in order for Periscope to be really successful they need to do two things. Increase the connection between people and do something about the bandwidth problem that people have.
The Periscope bad connection or connection failed is really something that needs to be addressed in order for really good success.
I tried today to watch various new year celebrations but no avail. You can hardly see anything, the slow moving chevron on the top of your screen from the Periscope app keeps on rolling while your Periscope enjoyment goes down the drain.
They should check if the sender has good enough band with for the receivers to enjoy their experience without frustration!!!!
I am sure that the programmers at Twitter know this, but the corporate pressure on getting the app published so that Meerkat can be crushed is more important. Reminds me of the days of Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape. At the end the big behemoth made the software free that crushed Nedscape, the same appears to happen with Meerkat, and similar apps.