As well as being a paid service, the ‘Silhouette’ cameo app will also be available on iOS and Android platforms.
There’s also a ‘silo’ feature which will allow the user to create and share a new picture as they stream from the app.
“You can stream and save your favourite videos and scenes for easy access,” the description reads.
“We’re offering the feature for free as a convenience.”
It’s a feature that is not currently available in the iTunes store.
As well, the app has a new ‘silence’ feature, which will let the user take a short break from the stream.
This feature is only available in a ‘Silo mode’, so if the stream is interrupted, the stream will be paused.
“When you pause the stream, we’ll keep it in a silo mode so it won’t interrupt the stream,” the app says.
The feature is also not available in all markets, but will be added soon.
There are no plans to roll out the feature on Windows Phone and Android devices.
It is worth noting that the ‘noisy’ feature can be turned off by tapping on the notification area of the screen.
If the app is running on a ‘free’ or ‘unlimited’ plan, the feature will be turned on automatically.
“The ‘silent’ feature is a paid feature and will be available as soon as we have the money,” the company said.
It has not yet been released for Mac or Linux users.
“Silhouetting” is a new feature that allows you to create, save and share videos and pictures with friends.
The ‘silencing’ feature will allow you to take a break from a stream, but the stream can still continue to play, so it will not interrupt the ‘quiet’ feature.
The app’s description says that the feature can also be turned ‘off’.
The ‘Silouette’ app will be free for people who sign up for the app at the time of publication.