Do you want to use Sound Alerts throughout your mobile livestreams?
Great. You will need the following list of things:

  • A mobile device that is connected to the Internet
  • A livestreaming app in which you can embed a browser source URL.

Just follow our quick and easy guide, which will take you about 5 minutes.

Step #1 - Installing your livestreaming software

We use the "Streamlabs" app in this example, which you can download from both the Google Playstore and the Apple App Store. There are other alternatives in your store too.


IMPORTANT: To successfully implement the Sound Alerts URL, you must copy your URL into the cache beforehand.

When you first open the app, you have several setup options. Choose your preferred specifications.

After this, you will see the user interface.

Step #2 - Configuring your livestreaming software

You can open the menu and connect your app with Twitch on the top left.


After connecting the app with your Twitch account, you will see the following interface:


Now select "Editor" and press "Layers", which you can find in the upper right corner. After that, press the "+" button. The following preview will open:


Now select "Add a custom item" and then click on "Add a URL". Next, you will see the following window:


Add your Sound Alerts browser source URL (the one you copied in the beginning) here and press "Add".

You can start changing the size and location of the alerts as you like.

With this last step, you are done implementing Sound Alerts on your mobile phone.

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