Free GoCoder SDK for Live Streaming App Development

| October 26, 2018

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Add live streaming and increase your app's engagement with just a few lines of code using GoCoder SDK.Increase user engagement and build live-streaming into your iOS or Android app in minutes. Use the Wowza GoCoder mobile app to capture and stream live audio and video content in real time. If you need a live-streaming app with a higher level of customization, download the free Wowza GoCoder SDK. The Wowza GoCoder SDK simplifies mobile app development for iOS and Android by offering a common, cross-platform API to capture, encode and stream live video and audio.

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Choice TV launched on Saturday 28th April 2012 on the Freeview digital platform, and on Freeview satellite on 5th July. On September 1st 2012, the network launched on SKY Channel 78 (Now on Sky Channel 024 as of September 1st 2015), as part of SKY's basic package. It is New Zealand's first broad appeal free-to-air TV channel launched in more than a decade and offers viewers an exciting and interesting range of programmes twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.

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