Friday, 28 August 2009

Bambuser for Android released!

Bambuser adds support for broadcasting live over 3G or WiFi from the highly popular Android platform!

This initial release supports all currently available phones running Android 1.5, such as HTC's Dream, Magic, Hero and Samsung's Galaxy. Check out the full list on

The application includes a wide range of quality-settings, which makes it possible to scale the broadcast video and audio to suit your device and connection speed. You can choose to broadcast publicly or in private, and can enable geotagging of your broadcasts using built-in GPS.

The application shows incoming chat messages while you broadcast, making it possible to interact with viewers anywhere.

During the coming months we'll be working on adding additional features such as uploading complement data and pushing your broadcasts to friends, blogs and more. We welcome any feedback or suggestions for features, don't hesitate to contact us.

You can always find the latest version of the application through the Android Market or on Here's a link directly to Bambuser on the Android Market, if you are viewing this page on an Android device.

Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Yet another update to Bambuser for Windows Mobile

We recently released an updated version ( of the Windows Mobile client, which brings progress on several fronts.

The most noticeable change in this version is the ability to rotate the user interface and the sent video, to support a wide range of devices, and to be able to send landscape instead of portrait video on more devices. You can find this under Settings in the application.

Secondly, this version has improved video encoding. The new codec is very well suited for low bandwidth conditions and will give you better flowing broadcasts when you select the lower video quality settings. The high quality setting will continue to use a simpler codec, for maximum detail and speed at the cost of bandwidth.

Additionally, the new version gives more informative feedback in case of connection problems and contains bugfixes for some other rare problems.