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Experience the games you love like never before! Watch live streams and chat with devoted gamers around the world.

Catch the action as it happens! Access all the content you care about, from frenetic Overwatch multiplayer matches to soothing Bob Ross art demos. With millions of unique streamers every day playing everything under the sun, if it’s worth watching, it’s live on Twitch right now.


1. Watch live videos of your favorite games, from blockbuster titles like Minecraft and League of Legends to little-known indie gems.
2. Connect with other gamers in real time with full-featured live chat.
3. Go live with a touch and share your passion with the world!

Be a part of the leading social gaming platform on iPhone and iPad! With esports events, art, cooking, music and much more on demand, there’s something for everyone on Twitch.

+ Watch interactive live shows from the likes of Sony, Microsoft, Blizzard and Riot Games.
+ Tune into unique programming, from music festival live streams to exclusive video game events.
+ Discover new content with ease thanks to simple and intuitive navigation.
+ Switch to Dark Mode for those late night viewing sessions.

Join the millions of hardcore and casual gamers who have found a place to connect over the games they love. Take your passion to the next level with Twitch!

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4.7 out of 5

1.5M Ratings

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I think twitch is cool and different than other platforms. I have a couple channels that I follow and browse some others that peak my interest occasionally. There are some issues that I have with it tho. When you open the app, the first thing you see are other channels that are being promoted or match who you are currently following. The channels you follow are at the bottom and you have to scroll all the way down just to get to them. Put the ones I’m following at the top for quick access, please. Also, I understand that the app is for ages 17+ but when you open the app and the channels that are being promoted show up, I’d rather not have a bunch of pages of girls with every part of their anatomy hanging out as the first thing you see. A good 2/3 of the channels are like this. I don’t even follow channels like them; just some gaming channels and a couple where the women actually wear all their clothes and talk about everyday life. Yet they are spread all over my front page in string bikinis in hot tubs. I’d rather not open the app and look like some creep who views those kinds of adult channels when I don’t. It’s like you have to open the app with your phone or tablet covered in case there’s someone else looking by mistake. Maybe I’ll look through the app and see if I can fix things myself or hopefully the app is updated in the future.

Some problems

A bug still exists that has for a long time where when in dark mode, certain movements or actions can cause the app to switch to light mode, which takes a long time and 4 menu pages to flip through to turn it back on which is inconvenient and slightly annoying.

Another issue exists that when you are watching a stream in full screen mode and you double tap to open chat, and you click on a chatter’s name, a menu will pop up that allows you to gift them a sub, or look at their info etc. The problem is that when this menu pops up when in fullscreen (phone sideways), there’s no way to close the menu; you can’t click anywhere to get rid of the menu as it takes up the entire screen, and the only way to close it is to flip your device and go back to non-fullscreen, tap anywhere outside of the menu, and it’ll close. Again, this is an issue that has a solution but requires a lot of time spent to undo which can be annoying for users. A simple fix would be to add a close button for this menu, both in fullscreen and non-fullscreen.

Similar to the last issue, when you tap on emotes in chat, the only way to close the menu is to click outside the menu which can be difficult/inconvenient. The same solution exists where all that is needed for this problem is to add exit buttons to menus.

Great app but could be better

I use the app a Lot, I am Also a Streamer the platform, and I can say that it is useful when I want to watch Streams on the Go! I love the Dark mode works fine (for me) and that as a mod I can access [almost] everything I should be able to access as mod! However, While in areas where the WiFi is not so great or where I am forced to use low bars of mobile data (I.e 3 or 2 bars but still have 5G LTE) I can’t seem to Load some Streams video, it forces me to watch in 930P or something like that, even going as far as Making me watch 1080P on 2 Bars with 5G, and it can’t run it so the video is frozen! if you could fix the problem that allows me to Watch anyone’s stream at any resolution, that would be Awesome! I’m not sure if that is just how it is on the Platform itself or If it’s just the app, but either way this needs fixed, as well as Making auto mod smarter, I have never seen someone use the Phrase “silly goose” in a negative way! and it wasn’t the word silly that was the problem, it was the word Goose! I know, because I could say “silly salamander” in the same chat with no issues! TLDR fix Limited Resolution for Streams, and Make auto mod smarter so they don’t think goose is a bad word!

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17+ Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy ViolenceInfrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or ReferencesInfrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude HumorInfrequent/Mild Realistic ViolenceFrequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive ThemesInfrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes

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A Parent’s Guide to Twitch


Everything you need to know about the videogame-streaming platform.

Twitch: Live Game Streaming

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If your kids love videogames, chances are they’re into Twitch. Whether cheering on a League of Legends tournament or watching celebrities play Among Us, Twitch users have plenty of viewing options 24/7.

As a parent, you might be wondering what makes Twitch such a prime destination. Here’s a big-picture breakdown.

What exactly is it?
Twitch is a video-streaming platform that offers a fun, social way to watch people play games. Through the Twitch app (and online at, gamers who broadcast their matches (known as streamers) play their favorite titles while providing running commentary on the action.

Launched in 2011, Twitch has grown into the largest live-streaming platform of its kind. Millions log in every day to watch their favorite gamers battle aliens, score goals, and achieve victory royales.

Who’s streaming onTwitch?
Anybody can stream, but skilled players with larger-than-life personalities draw the biggest audiences. Some streamers have reached bona fide celebrity status.

Twitch supports the biggest titles from every videogame platform.

Does Twitch have a social component? Will kids be talking to strangers?
Twitch viewers can type messages into a chat window to comment on the video stream—posting anything from “Sweet jump, dude!” to funny animated images. These messages are visible to both the streamer and fellow viewers.

In the app’s settings menu, you can prevent people from sending unsolicited private messages, called Whispers in Twitch parlance.

How kid-appropriate is the content?
Due to the unpredictable nature of live-streaming, adult language and subject matter can be the norm for some streams. Although Twitch doesn’t offer a typical suite of parental controls, there are several ways to safely view content. Using the “Sort and Filter” menu on the Browse tab lets you apply content tags, such as Family Friendly. Or use the app’s search tool (tap the magnifying glass icon in the upper-right corner) to type game-related phrases like “Mario” or “Minecraft.” Viewers can also completely hide a stream’s chat window by tapping an icon in the corner of a video (it looks like a speech bubble with a line through it).

Seeing problematic content? Tapping a user’s name allows you to block or report that person. (Specific streamers can be removed from your feed too: Tap the three dots next to their preview thumbnail, or use the options menu directly in their channel.) Many popular streamers try to keep things clean by having chat filters in place that block bad words, but keeping a watchful eye is best. (According to Twitch’s terms of service, only gamers 13 and older are allowed, and those under 18 must have parental supervision.)

Wondering what’s popular? Scan your favorites to see how many viewers are watching a particular game.

How much does Twitch cost?
The Twitch app is free to download, and streams are free to watch. Some streamers offer monthly subscriptions that come with special perks, like channel-specific emotes and progression badges.

Twitch users can also purchase an in-app currency called Bits, which allows them to send Cheers to a streamer as a way of showing support.

What else can you watch on Twitch?
Twitch is overflowing with all kinds of gaming-related content, including charity fundraising streams, massive esports tournaments, and glitzy game awards shows.

But some channels don’t feature games at all. There are Twitch streamers who perform music, teach art, or simply go about their daily lives with a camera pointed at them.

    Twitch: Live Game Streaming

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Twitch is the (new) official app for the service of the same name, which lets you broadcast yourself playing video games, view other players' streams, interact with them, talk with other players, and basically do everything you usually could from your browser.

From this app, you can watch other people playing your favorite games while you chat with other users who are on the same channel as you are.

Besides that, this version of Twitch also allows anyone who starts streaming to monetize their broadcasts. This way, you can make money while you play your favorite games so long as you can get a good following.

The app works perfectly with 3G and WiFi and also lets you change the video quality so it doesn't eat up so much data in case you're using 3G.

Twitch is a very useful app for anyone who frequently uses this service, which you can now carry with you at all times. It's important to keep in mind that THIS is the new version of the Twitch app and that the previous one (version 3.2.3) no longer has official support.
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Twitch: Livestream Multiplayer Games & Esports

Watch livestream gaming videos, Esports and any IRL broadcast on your Android device! Stream your favorite MMO RPG, strategy and FPS games for PS4, PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Twitch gives you live streaming and gamer chat in the palm of your hand.

Sports are here. Tune into your favorites: basketball, baseball, soccer, football, swimming, wrestling, hockey, pool, and much more through talk shows, league channels, Fantasy, and ESports.

Live chat as you watch gamers play everything from Valorant to League of Legends. Watch Fortnite Battle Royale, Minecraft Sessions, 2k Blacktop, Overwatch killstreaks, and FIFA showdowns. Multiplayer games not your thing? Livestream any IRL content you can think of, from art demos to animal videos!

Twitch Game Live Streaming and Chat: TOP 3 FEATURES
1. Watch gamers play any single or multiplayer game; with Minecraft, Fortnite, CS:GO, PUBG, FIFA, League of Legends, Call of Duty, Valorant, Grand Theft Auto, Overwatch, World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade, Apex, WildRift, Garena Free Fire and much more. You can really let your gaming flag fly! Stream content from the biggest MMO RPG, MOBA, strategy and FPS games out there, or settle in for nail-biting Esports tournaments.
2. Live chat during any gaming, Esports and IRL broadcast. Connect with your favorite streamers and fellow gamers to talk strategy and gameplan.
3. Broadcast your very own gaming content! Livestream GTA on Xbox One, build Minecraft monoliths on Nintendo Switch, take down your Fortnite enemies on PS4, dive into WildRift on your mobile device, or show off in Valorant on PC!

Looking for something other than gaming? Join live discussions around your favorite sports, listen to podcasts, check out music concerts, or just chat within the community.

+ Stream interactive live news videos with exclusive content for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
+ Watch unique programming: livestream anything from art demos, to music festivals, to just chatting with others!
+ Discover new multiplayer games and IRL videos with ease thanks to simple and intuitive navigation.
+ Switch to Dark Mode for those late night viewing and gamer chat sessions.

Join the millions of hardcore and casual gamers who have found a place to connect over the MOBA or FPS games they love. Take your passion to the next level with Twitch!


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Is Twitch safe for kids?

Twitch has gained popularity among younger gamers and younger streamers. Millions of kids globally join the action mainly due to FOMO (fear of missing out) in streaming games, the most popular games, or their favorite gamers.

But some of the features involved in the game have raised the alarm among parents. The internet is vast, and therefore the dangers that lurk in it are many. Without regulation, children become vulnerable to inappropriate content and fall into traps of online predators.


Live streaming

The parent should be cautious whenever live streaming is involved. The live content is not edited or reviewed, and something could happen. Inappropriate content such as nude images, violent videos, and unfiltered language could be shown as there is no delay nor restriction on what is currently happening. Scams, spam, violent, and sexual content are all prohibited by Twitch's community guidelines, but it does not necessarily mean that it is not bound to happen since it is live.

Twitch chat feature

Most streamers or gamers interact or comment using Twitch's chat feature. As the audience grows, the chat also increases, which quickly becomes inundated with comments. Some users take advantage of this to create chaos, use unfiltered language, and harass other users. Twitch moderators cannot, therefore, keep up with bulk chat, and many offenders go unnoticed. Since these are not correctly handled, kids are exposed to explicit content and may affect them adversely. Parents ought to decide whether the platform is suitable for their children or if he/she may consider viewing the action with their children.

Direct messaging, private conversation between two users and whispers are offered in Twitch's chat platform. Twitch whispers allow users to message in a public chat while in incognito. Special characters such as typing "/w" into a conversation followed by a username allow private communication in a group chat. The message is only visible to the person under the typed username.

Twitch's chat feature has attracted negative reviews from critics who argue that the feature has become more chaotic and almost useless on such a popular stream with higher viewership. They add that it has become a hub for cyberbullying, hate speech, and harassment.

Too much screen time

Endless supply of gamers and games to stream, information, and other gamer swag available in Twitch will drive you crazy. Twitch Kids exposed to these features may sway from other school or home responsibilities to get a glimpse of the action. This affects children's' day to day activities and may trigger game addiction disorder.


Mature movie content, game ads, and fast-food commercials are some of the amazon ads that flash across the app. Some of these ads are sexually oriented and may contain inappropriate content for twitch kids.

Violent games

Twitch does support both nonviolent and intense games. Kids exposed to many mature video games, such as Fallout or Call of Duty, may depict violent behavior.

Twitch app review

Twitch is an interactive platform and is meant to be fun for kids, but some reviewers do not think that the platform is suitable for young kids. Here are some of the reviews from Ludwig C from Common Sense Media had this to say:

“This website is advertised as a gaming platform, however, there is an "IRL", In Real Life section which is typically for people to hang out and interact with the streamer and other viewers. BE WARNED, this section is typically where the viewers donate to see the streamer do things for money such as drink alcohol or do squats in revealing clothing. My 13-year-old cousin, attending a Catholic High School, recently spent upwards of $500 for a young woman to do jumping jacks and squats with very inappropriate camera angles. This questionable platform should be monitored if you do not want your child to be viewing this type of suggestive content. Not only can this damage your finances, but this could damage the morals you wish to instill on your child at such a young age. I am not attacking the platform as a whole as some upstanding individuals provide quality content, however, the IRL section of this website can be seen as a much more mature and overall inappropriate place for your child to be spending time and money. Cheers, Ludwig Crux”

Does Twitch have parental control?

Twitch has some installed parental control in the privacy section under settings. It supports blocking of whispers (private message) from foreign individuals, so your child may stay protected from unfiltered language and private messaging. Protecting your child from dangers that lure in the shadows of the darknet is imminent and starts with you. The following guidelines will help a parent in creating a suitable platform for their kids.

Tips for staying safe

  • Exploring applications, sites, and games together is a great way to involve your child in the decision-making process. Teach them always to use the sites that are beneficial to the.
  • Stay positive about what you view, but also be frank about your concerns. Get to know what their thought on what might be appropriate for them and what worries them.
  • Explain your reasons as to why you think some content might be inappropriate for them.
  • Talk to your child about what they are sharing and teach them not to share personal information like names, phone numbers, school names, photos, or gossip.
  • Be open to your child and let them know that they can talk to you or a trusted adult. Assure them that they can always speak to you about worrying things they come across online.
  • Take a keen interest in what your child reports to you. Show them how to report other users and block "whispers" private messages.
  • Play an active in ensuring that the school or institutions of learning have appropriate online protection tools. Try recommending the FamiSafe app.

You can also use third-party applications like FamiSafe, which is quite a handful, to block access and restrict sharing personal information: FamiSafe monitors and tracks online history.

Twitch is a growing platform that is not changing anytime soon. It is good to take some precautions to ensure a safe and the best experience for your child regardless of whether he/she is streaming or watching video games.

Twitch can be risky for younger kids, but with a proper understanding of Twitch's platform and some ground, regulations, rules will allow children/teens to enjoy live streams from an array of topics. Research on the channels that your child mostly watches other gamers live stream. Make sure that it is age-appropriate. Even though keeping a constant lookout on your child tech can be cumbering some, try some helpful parental control software to limit the time your child spends on sites like Twitch and for effective management of screen time.

FamiSafe can help you stay informed on your kid's online activity. FamiSafe allows maximum parental control. This application entails a variety of services like

  • Web Filtering
  • Location Tracking & Geo-fencing
  • App Blocker & App Activity Report
  • Screen Time Limit & Schedule
  • Explicit Content & Suspicious Photos Detection
    • Cyberbullying prevention. Using the app parents can get notifications of detected suspicious content like offensive words on their kids WhatApp, SMS, Messenger, and other social texting platforms. Parents can also get alert on the potential risk of cyberbullying, harassment, and inappropriate adult content.


    • Real-time location tracking to monitor your kid's whereabouts and history location. There is an option to set up geofences as safe zones.
    • App blocking - you can block app usage like twitter, Facebook, YouTube, gaming apps, and many more during study or sleep time.


  • Web filtering -to keep your kid away from potential online threats by disabling inappropriate websites with harmful content.


Parents need to be more careful in which gaming platforms their children have access to. There should be limited to what and when your child can play or visit some of this platform. Without parental control, kids might fall prey to harmful activities. Parents should help their kids understand why their gaming time is limited and why all the restrictions. This will help them make better judgments in the coming days.


Twitch is big business. It has created more success stories in the last few years that most other online platforms have done for gaming. But being a successful streamer requires a little more than knowing how to game very well. You need to make your channel come together. You need the best tools and plugins for Twitch streamers. 

We’ve compiled a list of 14 tools and plugins you can use to grow your channel. It includes everything from sound alerts and analytics tools, to the best donation plugins and also a sponsoring tool.

14 of The Best Tools and Plugins for Twitch Streamers:

The Best Tool and Plugins for Twitch Streamers

1. Sound Alerts

Community engagement is what Twitch is all about. And when it comes to giving your community a voice, Sound Alerts is one of the most fun and easily accessible tools out there. It lets viewers play a collection of sound effects on your stream, giving fans the chance to cheer you on as you showcase your skills. 

What we like about Sound Alerts is its flexibility. You can upload your own collection of sounds, adding an extra layer of customization, something that your viewers will love. You can set Bit amounts for sound alerts, which is a smart way of thanking donors as they contribute to your channel growth. Soun Alerts also offers an overlay and chat notification. These appear when a sound alert is played.

2. SullyGnome

SullyGnome is a statistical and analytics tool designed for Twitch. It aggregates information on streamers, showing a collection of categories. These include most-watched channels, most-watched games, trending games, fastest-growing channels, most-streamed games, most-viewed streams and much, much more. 

This is an invaluable tool for streamers serious about growing their brands and channels. It helps you stay on top of what’s happening in the Twitch sphere, giving you the chance to jump on new trends as they develop, and grow faster.

3. Twitch Tracker

Twitch Tracker is another stats and analytics tool. It makes our list because it offers a dimension to stats and tracking that we find SullyGnome lacks. Where SullyGnome offers a host of categories with Twitch data, Twitch Tracker takes the analytical approach one step further by offering comparisons. You can use the platform to compare streamer channels and see how they perform. Like SullyGnome, this is a powerful tool for keeping track of the Twitch ecosystem and also Twitch streamer performance, including yours. 

4. MooBot

Moobot is a smart bot tool that helps automate some of the more arduous tasks involved with running your channel. It’s able to share your social media accounts with viewers in chat, provide scripted messages about sponsors, or make it repeat any other important message to your audience. We like Moobot because it makes being a streamer easier. It also supports the most important aspect of owning a Twitch channel, which is focusing on community growth. With various tasks automated, you spend tasks on becoming a better gamer and growing your brand and community.

Your Moobot encourages engagement and loyalty from your Twitch subscribers, followers and viewers. This encouragement leads to more Twitch subs, followers and engagement for you.

Your Moobot automates a lot of tedious tasks, so you can focus on what's important: engaging with and entertaining your stream. Moobot can remove unwanted behaviours and reward desirable ones. This helps you build the exact community you want on Twitch.

5. Tipeeestream

TipeeeStream makes our list of the best tools and plugins for Twitch Streamers because it solves a critical issue: payments. It’s able to help you grow your channel through accepting donations from PayPal, via credit card and Minar Bitcoins. Tipeeestream can also display personalised screen alerts for donations and subscriptions your channel receives, a smart way of recognizing your audience for their contributions. 

6. Patreon

Being supported used to be a tough thing to make happen online. While there are various payment gateway solutions available, many missed a core component of what makes donations and support special, and that’s community. When Patreon came along, it changed all of that. It allows streamers to build communities and create tiered support levels. With these in place, you’re able to make unique offers to contributors or “Patrons”, which is another way of creating a smart upsell path for your community. 

7. Twitch Emotes

Twitch wouldn’t be Twitch without emotes. There are tons of them available online and it can be tough trying to keep up with all of them. Twitch Emotes is a site dedicated to doing just that. Think of it as a library filled with standard Twitch approved emotes and those from third-party providers. 

Twitch Emotes is the perfect tool for streamers who want to drive engagement in their chat. Using a tool like Moobot, you can automate a message that tells viewers where to get the best emotes to share in chat. 

8. TeeBoard 

What if you could install a desktop version of Twitch on your computer? Enter TeeBoard. It’s an application designed to give you all the functionality you’d get from Twitch’s site, but designed to run on your computer. It lets you set a channel status, coms with an editor for managing your channel includes the option of watching your broadcasts and highlights, runs commercials, and more. 

It also comes with a collection of helpful widgets. These include: 

  • Notifications for new followers and donations to your channel. These can also be displayed in-stream on OBS and XSplit.
  • A clock that shows your local time in-stream, with the options of setting an alarm. 
  • Countdown functionality in the form of a Chrono and stopwatch displayed on your stream.
  • Spectrum which allows streamers to select a song to play and display their spectrum on stream. 
  • Chat for your stream.
  • A poll that’s displayed on your stream. People can use it to vote by typing the corresponding keyword in chat.

9. Virtual Audio Cable (VAC) 

Virtual Audio Cable is one of the more technical but crucial tools to make our list. It’s an audio bridge between applications and transmits sounds from app to app and one from device to device another. VAC does this by creating virtual audio devices that simulate an audio adapter. The simulated adapter connects to the input, creating a loopback that allows you to speak and listen to music while streaming, without the need for separate devices.

10. InfoWriter

InfoWriter is an OBD tool that makes it easy to clip content from your stream. It comes with the ability to create customer shortcuts (perfect for clipping in an instant). It also allows you to timestamp your activity, making it easy to quickly find amazing stream moments to highlight on social media, without spending hours of searching through your VOD storage. 

11. Sponsor Banner from Steamlabs 

Sponsor Banner is a  Streamlabs tool and one of the most exciting we’ve come across because it’s designed to help streamers grow their channels and relationships with sponsors. It’s available through Streamlabs and helps by automating the rotation of sponsor banners. The tool also comes with a smart analytics dashboard that shows your channel growth, number of followers, viewers per day, average views per day and average watchtime -- everything you need to show sponsors that your channel is a wise investment.

12. Exclusive Content for Subscribers

Exclusive Content for Subscribers helps streamers take community and channel growth toa new level. It lets you create and offer content designed especially for subscribers, adding a layer of exclusivity and rewarding subscribers for their support. You can offer subscriber member-only content like videos stories, images, and posts you create for your channels. 

13. LiveExchange: Virtual Goods

Want to offer something unique to your subscribers? Try LiveExchange. It’s a virtual goods tool that allows streamers to create custom exchanges on their channels. You can add product titles, descriptions, images, quantities, and values in Bits. Viewers can then buy an item and get 1.2x the value in XP. Another smart feature is the notifications that come with each purchase. As viewers support your channel, their names show in the leaderboard and in a message on chat. 

14. Design By Hümans Merch Store

The best tools and plugins for Twitch streams boost growth. And that’s what owning a Design ByHümans Merch Store does. It makes it easier to generate more revenue by offering cool merch that your audience can purchase. You get the chance to offer a complete catalogue through the extension and it appears directly below your broadcast, meaning it doesn’t pull viewers from your stream. You also get a streamlined checkout process, that makes ordering merch a breeze.

Test These Tools and Plugins 

Twitch is an amazing platform. It makes it possible for people to live their dream of becoming pro gamers. But to succeed on the platform, you’ve got to be prepared for growth. This list, while not extensive, includes some of the best tools and plugins available for Twitch streamers. As you look for new ways to engage and grow your community and channel, test them out and see how they work.


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