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Live.me app is now available for the Indian users

25 May 2017 5

Cheetah Mobile, a Chinese mobile internet company, who has created some most popular mobile apps like Clean Master, CM Security, and Battery Doctor has now launched its live broadcasting app in India. Their app Live.me is now available to download for the Indian users via the Google Play Store and App Store.

The app provides video-broadcasting features with interactive stickers with face-mapping technology to interact with the audience. The app lets the users interact with the audience and social influencers live. It comes with a few add-ons, also the users can purchase digital “gifts” like emoji for favorite live creators. With the help of the social media integration, a user can share his broadcasts with friends.

The Live.me app can also identify sensitive Indian keywords in both English and Hindi. Currently, Live.me features over 50 'influencers' to engage with. Cheetah Mobile maker has plans to build fan communities and the company will do so by promoting Indian artists through live events and promotions within the app, of course.

According to Cheetah Mobile, its Live.me has been ranked as a top app under the social category on Google Play and third top on the App Store for the US region. Other than India and US, the app is also available in Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Middle East.​

Download the app from below -

Live.me | Android | Google Play Store, Free

Live.me app | iOS | App Store, Free



Live.me app is now available for the Indian users
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Clean Master is a Cheetah Mobile product? Oh dear, I have used the app for quite a while and never knew it was from this Chinese company. It was total conicidence to know this :) :)


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