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Veetle is a live streaming app for your iPhone that is built with mobile use in mind, including private broadcasting, local storage, and more. The result is an app that can work as a live broadcasting tool for your phone just as easily as it could a video recording tool. That flexibility, combined with deep social integration, makes it a useful tool for event managers, marketers, school principles, and others who need to reach an audience on the go.
After setting up Veetle, you have quite a few options. Most of them don't unlock until you log in with your Facebook account, but you can use the app without logging in, which is a nice feature. To do so, start recording, which will be done in private mode until you create an account with the service. You can then invite people to watch your private live stream with the app. It offers multiple connection options, including Facebook, SMS, Mail, or Veetle's internal systems. You can record indefinitely (as long as your battery and data plan allow) and change things onscreen with the tap of a button. There is also a chat function so you can ask or answer questions live within your video.
Veetle is a great tool that allows you to record videos that are then stored to your local device, stream video live to friends or the public, and connect with people through the app to see who is streaming something live at any given time. The interface is very mobile-friendly and it runs surprisingly fast, considering the load being carried by Veetle's servers. It's a great app for anyone with local live streaming needs.