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Twitch brings on-demand video streaming to its mobile apps

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
May 20, 2015
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Missed out on a live game tournament stream when you were at home, but want to catch up when you're on the road? As of now, you can. Twitch is pushing out updated Android and iOS apps that include video on demand, giving you highlights and past broadcasts when you're stuck on the bus. Both releases are available today, although it's important to note that you can't simply update the Android version -- a security fix requires that you install a brand new app, and the old one will stop working as of today.

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