If you'd like to share a moment with friends then you could take a video, upload it to Facebook or YouTube, wait for friends to find it, then wait a little longer to see what they think.

Or you could just use Twitter's free iOS app Periscope to broadcast it live to your Twitter followers, optionally with location information so viewers get to see exactly where you are.

Your followers get a notification just as soon as you're online. They can add text comments in real time, or send you hearts (the rough equivalent of Facebook Likes) to show their appreciation.

If some people aren't around, that's not a problem - clips can optionally be kept as recorded videos for viewing later.

Or if this is all sounding a little too public, don't worry, you can choose exactly who you'd like to view a particular broadcast, or delete others entirely whenever you like.

What's New in Version 1.8.6

[+] GoPro Hero5: You can now broadcast using the latest Hero5 cameras from GoPro.

Smaller improvements:
- If someone you follow joins a broadcast you're watching, you'll see their profile picture at the bottom of the screen. Tap their picture to send them a message, or tap & hold to open their profile.
- Fixed crash that would sometimes happen when sharing from an iPad.

Verdict

Configurable, easy to use and reliable live video streaming. Go grab a copy immediately.