Lifestyle | Startup Thailand - Part 3


  • YouTube is closing the gap with Twitch on live streaming, report finds

    Twitch continues to dominate the live streaming market, with approximately 2.5 billion hours watched by viewers in the third quarter of 2018, according to a new industry report out this morning. While YouTube still trails, it’s begun to close the gap with Twitch, it appears. YouTube’s live streaming platform, YouTube Live, started the year with 15 percent of the overall live streaming market’s viewership, but by September 2018, it had grown to roughly 25 percent of all live streaming hours viewed.

  • YouTube Kids comes to Thailand

    YouTube is launching YouTube Kids application in Thailand. The app built from the ground up that brings an unparalleled library of content from all over the world to families

  • LINE and Woody jointly launch interactive mobile game shows

    LINE Thailand and presenter Woody jointly launch “Ten Ten”, Thailand’s first interactive mobile game show on LINE platform, giving away money and prizes every day, with 10 questions in 10 minutes to keep it short, fun, and addictive. Unlike traditional game shows, Ten Ten turns every viewer into players.

  • Facebook Launches Community Help on Facebook Lite

    Facebook is adding Community Help to Facebook Lite in more than 100 countries, including Thailand, so people and organisations on Facebook Lite and in areas of low connectivity will now be able to connect with one another to directly support each other with goods and services like water, supplies, or shelter after a crisis.

  • LINE launches new “Wallet” service accelerating Rabbit LINE Pay growth

    LINE fully integrates digital payment by revamping its chat app menu to meet the increasing demand from digital-age customers and support Thailand towards a “cashless society”. The “More” tab (the 5th tab) in LINE chat app will be re-named as “Wallet” tab, prominently featuring Rabbit LINE Pay features and services.

  • Where in the world is your “Art Selfie”?

    People fell in love with art a little more, they might experience Google Arts & Culture application that Google introduced early this year. Late night hosts, football players and vampire slayers snapped just a few of the 78 million Art Selfies taken in the Google Arts & Culture app.