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Meerkat for Android is out of beta on Google Play

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Meerkat has not only beaten its Twitter-owned rival Periscope to Android devices, it's also shed its Beta phase according to a Tweet published Wednesday. The Meerkat for Android live streaming video apps operates just as its iOS counterpart does, allowing users to share real-time feeds with their Twitter followers. Conversely, Periscope's Android debut is still coming "soon! We're working on it," per a post on the app's blog published April 1st.

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