Gameplay Alert (for Twitch)

Gameplay Alert (for Twitch)


Easily keep track of when your favorite Twitch.tv users start and stop streaming using this unofficial app. Import your followed channels/users simply by logging in, going to Followed, and importing/adding the users you want to track!

With the most recent update you can:

- Watch Streams in High, Medium, Low, Mobile, or Source quality with native video
- Chat with others while watching the streams
- Chat with others without video
- Enjoy all chat emoticons and badges (disable for performance improvement)
- Manage Followed users
- Manage Blocked users
- Be notified when users go online/offline

To keep data as low as possible controls have been provided within Settings to allow you to control the refresh interval while on Wi-Fi or mobile. On top of that, you can disable automatically logging into chat while watching the stream, emoticons/badges, among others.

If you have ideas or run into issues, please email us so we can resolve your issues in the next update!

Recent changes:
In Progress
- Silent hours
- Start advertisement on your channel

February 27, 2014
- Fixed streams crashing

February 25, 2014
- Launch app from Twitch.tv links
- Crash fixes

January 27, 2014
- Hotfixes

January 24, 2014
- Themes updated
- Transparent status/navigation for 4.4+
- Widget/lockscreen widget enabled for 4.3+
- Improved chat/emote performance
- Video fills the screen on 4.0+
- Notification dismisses when channel is offline
- Overall speed improvements
- Many crashes met their fate
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$2.49
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3.7
User ratings
190
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Gameplay Alert (for Twitch)
Easily keep track of when your favorite Twitch.tv users start and stop streaming using this unofficial app. Import your followed channels/users simply by logging in, going to Followed, and importing/adding the users you want to track!

With the most recent update you can:

- Watch Streams in High, Medium, Low, Mobile, or Source quality with native video
- Chat with others while watching the streams
- Chat with others without video
- Enjoy all chat emoticons and badges (disable for performance improvement)
- Manage Followed users
- Manage Blocked users
- Be notified when users go online/offline

To keep data as low as possible controls have been provided within Settings to allow you to control the refresh interval while on Wi-Fi or mobile. On top of that, you can disable automatically logging into chat while watching the stream, emoticons/badges, among others.

If you have ideas or run into issues, please email us so we can resolve your issues in the next update!

Recent changes:
In Progress
- Silent hours
- Start advertisement on your channel

February 27, 2014
- Fixed streams crashing

February 25, 2014
- Launch app from Twitch.tv links
- Crash fixes

January 27, 2014
- Hotfixes

January 24, 2014
- Themes updated
- Transparent status/navigation for 4.4+
- Widget/lockscreen widget enabled for 4.3+
- Improved chat/emote performance
- Video fills the screen on 4.0+
- Notification dismisses when channel is offline
- Overall speed improvements
- Many crashes met their fate

User reviews of Gameplay Alert (for Twitch)
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 12, 2015
Great but one thing If I could change the quality of the streams, then I would have no use for having the official twitch app installed! I love this float option though! Its fantastic!!
A Google User
Feb 8, 2015
No longer Being Maintained Streams only in Mobile quality. No longer worth watching streams on when compared to other twitch streaming apps. Pass on this one.
A Google User
Feb 4, 2015
NO LONGER FUNCTIONAL
A Google User
Jan 15, 2015
Where's the support? Only streams mobile quality now, streams look like pong in this app.
A Google User
Jan 8, 2015
Streams Unwatchable This app started out great, with very few problems. But now my preferred quality is never available, no matter what connection. It always defaults to low quality, with no other options available, except the floating window. Any other quality options no longer show up at all. Nothing is watchable now. I guess it's time to go back to the official Twitch app.