Ever since the Xbox One launched, Twitch has been a faithful companion. The service was offered as the default game streaming platform for years until Mixer came along. Unfortunately, the application needed to stream just isn't that great. It's unreliable and crashes often. Luckily, a new one is in the works and some of you may be able to try it out soon.
If you're an Xbox Insider, you can head over to the "Xbox Insider Hub", click on "Insider Content", and join the "Twitch Beta". According to Scott, an Xbox Program Manager, just wait for registration to finish processing, and then install the Twitch Beta application.
Scott also said that this Twitch experience has been rebuilt from the ground up to improve viewing and streaming. The focus this time around is on stability, live video previews, and better support for past broadcasts.
Be sure to provide feedback so that Twitch can become even better on Xbox One.
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