​Haivision’s Play Pro App Now On Android

The latest release of the Haivision Play Pro app is available for use on Android mobile devices, enabling remote broadcast video workflows.

Haivision Play Pro is a free mobile app that enables users to securely play or stream live low latency video over SRT from anywhere. SRT (Secure Reliable Transport), originally developed and open sourced by Haivision, is a widely-adopted video streaming protocol supported by more than 450 video solution providers across the video streaming, broadcast and cloud markets.

“Haivision Play Pro has been a momentous accelerator to the adoption of SRT and IP workflows worldwide,” said Peter Maag, CMO and EVP Strategic Partnerships, Haivision. “For broadcasters and developers who need to securely play or stream live IP video feeds, we’re bringing the reliability, security, and ultra-low latency of SRT streaming to mobile devices for anyone to use, anywhere with an internet connection.”

The app was recently recognized as the winner of the 2020 NAB Show Product of the Year Award in the remote production category. It is used by broadcast engineers, producers, directors, executives, and on-air talent working in the field or remotely from home to easily and securely monitor contribution streams, return, and teleprompter feeds as well as to contribute SRT video streams directly from mobile devices.

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