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Twitch takes game broadcasting mobile

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Twitch is ready to give your Jetpack Joyride skills the audience they deserve. The outfit has just released a mobile software toolset that will let devs enable live broadcasting, capturing and archiving of your in-game exploits on Android and iOS. With its proposed features (including chat, audio capture and options for finding streams from people playing similar games), the mobile tools essentially mirror what's available on PC and consoles. Even with 10 million installs of Twitch's mobile apps, however, the question that remains is if anyone will actually want to watch you play Threes.

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