Watch gameplay videos of your favorite video games live
Twitch is the official iOS and Android app for the titular streaming site dedicated to video game broadcasts and replays. It brings video gameplay footage to your smartphone or tablet, broadcast live by other Twitch users.View full description
- Comfortable interface
- Active and well developed gamer community
- Hours and hours of video gameplay
- Can't watch replays
- No titles for streams
- Lots of crashes in our test
Twitch is the official iOS and Android app for the titular streaming site dedicated to video game broadcasts and replays. It brings video gameplay footage to your smartphone or tablet, broadcast live by other Twitch users.
Watch your favorite games...
With the Twitch app, you have mobile access to every stream broadcast on Twitch, the leading platform in gameplay videos. You can watch the players you follow and access hours of gameplay footage.
The app includes a handy search engine to search for games, channels, or players, and gives you access to those you follow by logging into your account (an account can be created quickly from the app if you don't already have one).
Twitch includes the same chat features available on the website to let you comment on videos and chat with other users.
In Options, you can choose the quality of broadcast streams and share with friends via social networks.
...on a beautiful interface
Twitch has a comfortable interface that makes navigating the app very easy. A sidebar gives you access to the various sections and features including Games, Channels, and logging into your account. There's also a list of game series and sponsored channels.
Videos are ranked according to the number of viewers watching, which you can see by broadcaster's username.
Indispensable for gamers
Twitch is the perfect app for watching videos gameplay footage and discovering new games. The app is just like the Twitch website: it's easy to use and well organized. However, there are a few flaws: the inability to replay videos, titles of streams that are missing (useful for knowing the broadcast language, for example), and crashes that plague the app a little too frequently.