Finding new people, places, and experiences is part of the draw of Periscope.
Trying to find new people to follow on Periscope can be a real hassle. We've been talking about Periscope for a while now, and we've covered most of the basics.Finding new users to follow is definitely difficult unless they are broadcasting and pop up into your global feed. What you need now is a handy list of awesome people to follow.
With that in mind, we've put together a list of accounts you should definitely be checking out.
Let's start with the folks from Mobile Nations:
- @AndroidCentral—Android Central
- @RussellHolly—Russell Holly
- @gbhil—Jerry Hildebrand
- @azeis—Adam Zeis
- @James Falconer—James Falconer
- @markguim—Mark Guim
- @Ricker666—Richard Devine
- @Daniel_Rubino—Daniel Rubino
- @reneritchie—Rene Ritchie
- @kevinmichaluk—Kevin Michaluk
- @philnickinson—Phil Nickinson
- @andrewmartonik—Andrew Martonik
- @Jareddipane—Jared DiPane
- @jaduino—Justin Duino
- @arawagco—Ara Wagoner
Here are some other amazing accounts:
Kayvon is the co-founder and CEO of Periscope. This is the man who brought this awesome app to the world, and has Periscoped some interesting stuff. His twitter feed is also full of some awesome retweets of Periscope broadcasts that he has come across.
Rene is a chef at restaurant Noma in Copenhagen and his feed is absolutely delicious. He's broadcasted from inside the restaurant several times now, and his twitter feed is filled with the most scrumptious pictures imaginable.
@GlobalPeriscope—The best and most intriguing Periscopers around the world.
Global Pericope is a cultivated feed of multiple different users from around the globe. Recent tweets have linked to broadcasts that cover everything from street art graffiti in Paris, to a beautiful sunset in Kathmandu Nepal.
@PeriscopeTV—A curated feed of current awesome live broadcasts.
Periscope TV is a curated feed, handled by Periscope themselves. Their feed is filled with retweets of other user's broadcasts. The feed tends to have a lot of broadcasts by celebrities by the likes of Michael Jordan, and Oprah Winfrey. It also has plenty of other posts as well like a sunset at Bonnaroo, or feeding crocodiles in Australia.
@NMNH—The Smithsonian Natural Museum of Natural History
The Smithsonian's Natural Museum of Natural History has been using Periscope as well, which was a pretty exciting discovery. They've broadcast with a few different things found at the museum, and promote upcoming broadcasts on their Twitter feed. Most recently, riding on the launch of Jurassic World, the team did a walk through the dinosaur exhibit.
This is by no means an exhaustive list. These are the accounts that we found to be excellent for a variety of reasons, and felt compelled to share with you. Who are you following already, and what kind of thing would you like to see on Periscope? Sound off in the comments and let us know.