Twitch Studio livestreaming software arrives on Mac in beta

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Twitch has launched its Twitch Studio broadcasting software for macOS in beta, nearly eight months after debuting on PC.

Credit: Twitch
Credit: Twitch

The software, which allows Twitch creators to easily broadcast livestreams to the platform, first launched to Windows users in beta back in November 2019. On Wednesday, the streaming platform announced that the app will be available as a beta for macOS users for the first time.

The Twitch Studio platform allows streamers to easily share video and audio stream, interact with audience members, and personalize the looks of their streams. Users can also connect their iPhone or iPad to Twitch Studio to share those screens.

While the base Twitch app has long been available on iOS and macOS, the platform debuted on Apple TV public beta app in September 2019, before officially launching in October of that year.

Twitch Studio for Mac can be downloaded from the company's website here.


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    SpamSandwichSpamSandwich Posts: 33,407member
    I understand some people are able to make a living by livestreaming themselves playing games? Capitalism is great, and the forces of supply and demand always provide.
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    mtrivisomtriviso Posts: 21member
    Twitch has some of the funkiest, oddly designed interfaces I have ever seen. MLGJRated!
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