Amazon’s Twitch game-live streaming division acquired voice visit firm Curse back in August. Presently Curse is propelling a major update for its voice-over-web protocol application with video calls and screen sharing.
These components have been the most asked for by streamers, as indicated by Twitch. Earlier at TwitchCon 2016 in September, the company said that clients would have the capacity to synchronize their Twitch and Curse accounts to get additional advantages.
Curse is presently conveying the elements to its stage with the goal that clients can have the most ideal VOIP encounter.
Curse’s video calls let clients visit with up to four others eye to eye inside the application, which makes the spilling of gaming sessions with companions more intelligent and fun. Clients can likewise share their screen and give others in the call a look at what they’re taking a gander at.
Curse said it has also made its application more secure. Video calls and screen offering will be facilitated to a customer to-server association versus shared associations. The last regularly opens clients to security vulnerability. This implies streamers can collaborate with their subscribers in a sheltered domain without dread of their web convention locations being bargained. (Disagreement, an opponent voice application, likewise has this component).
After a video call, input and proposals can be submitted inside the application or on Twitter. There is also a Curse server where clients can reach out directly to Curse’s development team and a knowledge base packed full of helpful information.