Veetle lets you broadcast videos live from your Android. Unlike other video broadcasting apps, Veetle does not force you to register for an account to broadcast. You can start broadcasting as a guest – simply give your broadcast a title name. Anyone can connect to your broadcast from the Veetle website by searching for the title. You can also share the link to your broadcast through email or social networks.
On the top is a dedicated button to start your live broadcast. You can select the broadcast quality as well as if the stream will be private or public before going live. You can switch on the flash for low light, mute the broadcast or switch between front and rear cameras before starting the broadcast. During the broadcast, the app displays the number of viewers watching your feed.
The home page displays a list of popular and new video broadcasts. Along with a thumbnail image of the videos, you also get details regarding the location of the broadcast and the number of views it has got. There are videos sorted under different categories as well if you want to watch something specific.
There is a lag of around 10-20 seconds between the broadcast from your phone and the visible feed on the website. While viewing a feed on your device, you can switch to HD quality easily.
The app is free and does not display any advertisements during broadcasting or while watching a feed.