FullStream is an alternative and simplified interface for browsing and viewing Twitch content.
It originated from wanting a solution to watch and browse Twitch at the same time in a full screen environment, hence the name.
Since then it has evolved to be more and more feature rich, though development was put on hold from late 2016 until early 2019.
When you first visit FullStream you'll be presented with the current featured and top streams on Twitch.
By using the menu bar on the left you can navigate to other content such as the top Categories, top Videos, Search or Settings.
If you click on the thumbnail, FullStream will automatically minimize the browsing section and load up the stream and chat depending on your Settings.
Clicking on the channel's name will take you to that Channel's page and clicking on the Category name will show you other channels streaming under that particular category.
There's also some additional information shown under the thumbnail. Such as the stream title, viewer count and amount of time the stream has been live.
When watching a stream you'll always have a bar at the top of the screen, this bar shows various information about the stream depending on your Settings.
On the right side of the bar there's a menu with three icons, by clicking these you call various actions.
The speech bubble hides or shows the chat, the burger minimizes the stream and brings back the Browsing section and the X closes the stream completely.
If you click a channel's name anywhere it's displayed you'll be presented with its page.
On this page you'll be able to view various information and content associated with the channel, such as panels, videos, clips, events, followers and more.
You'll also be able to follow and unfollow the channel, and view it on Twitch in case there's some content that FullStream does not provide such as extentions.
If you're logged in with your Twitch credentials you'll be able to browse channels and categories you've followed.
Unlike Twitch however it doesn't group reruns and premieres together with the live channels, rather it separates them into sections.
On the Settings page you can toggle whether to display premieres, reruns, categories and offline channels.
In the categories section you can to browse all the categories on twitch sorted by most popular.
If you click on a category you can browse the channels streaming that category, also sorted by most popular.
In the videos section you can browse the current top videos on twitch, this does not include clips however.
By clicking on a video you can view it similar to how a stream is viewed.
In this section you can search for live streams, users or categories.
The settings area is divided into sections, some may not be visible depending on if you're logged in with Twitch or not.
A general setting for basic stuff, a following section to toggle visibility of various sub sections on the Following page, stream details to toggle various information on the top bar and streams pages, and a section for managing channels you are following.