The free GoCoder for Android is not as universal as the iPhone app - due to the lack of uniformity in older devices - but with newer devices it works quite well. The follow instructions are taken from the Wowza site.
Requires Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean / API 16) or later. Download here from Google Play for $4.99.
To specify that the GoCoder app should start streaming to the Wowza server after the connection is lost and then re-established, slide the Auto Restart
button to ON
Specify the encoded bitrate for the stream. Tap the bitrate button in the lower-left corner of the app to show the available bitrates.
In the bitrate bar, select the highest bitrate value that you want to stream, depending on audience and bandwidth availability.
The available bitrates will vary depending on device capabilities, the selected Video Size
, and network connection type.
(If needed) For devices that have an LED flash for the rear-facing camera, tap the LED flash button (
) in the upper-left corner of the app to enable LED flash mode. Setting LED flash mode to ON
provides extra light.
Tap the button again to disable LED flash mode (set to OFF
For devices that have front-facing and rear-facing cameras, tap the Camera switch button (
) in the upper-left corner of the app to toggle the selected camera.
To broadcast to the Wowza server, tap the Encode
If everything is configured correctly, you'll see the following message displayed in the app:
After streaming starts, the Egg Timer starts incrementing. To stop the broadcast to the Wowza server, tap the Encode