The You Tube App on the i Phone allows for superfast download speed, with excellent image quality and a consistent streaming pattern.
It’s fair to say that You Tube was pretty much identical to Vimeo on the i Phone. The download speed was excellent and the streaming was consistent, however the initial image quality isn’t optimized.
My mother used to tell me that there was no excuse for boredom. The good news is I actually don’t have to be bored anymore; because there is a sparkling new mobile video player burning a hole in my pocket.
I would have loved to be back in our living room watching television.
Remarkably, considering the longer form of the video content there were no streaming difficulties on the i Phone. We found overall the image quality was acceptable, but not as sharp as that found on a tablet.
That said, you could still use the app to rate videos and add them to your instant queue. Metacafe Focused on short-form videos, Metacafe delivers videos focused on movies, TV, games, music, and sports.
The commenting system on Vimeo is ultra sleek and streams beautifully underneath each video on its homepage.
The user interface is intuitive on the mobile video site making it easy to like, comment, or simply bookmark a video to watch later.
The development of mobile video players on our smartphones, tablets, and i Pods has changed the boredom landscape forever.
Waiting isn’t waiting; it’s simply an opportunity to watch video on our mobile devices and there is a massive library of free mobile videos waiting for our digestion.
We should note that streaming video uses a lot of data quickly, so if you’re not using a Wi-Fi connection be sure to check your cell phone data plan first otherwise you might be in for bill shock at the end of the month. Vimeo Founded by a group of filmmakers in 2004, videos on Vimeo have a more artistic focus.
With a superfast download speed, great high-definition (HD) image quality, and a consistent streaming pattern Vimeo was top of the pops on both our i Phone and our Android smartphones.
Admittedly you have to pay for the service (it can be used on a cell phone if you already subscribe to the service), and the online streaming library isn’t as robust as the DVD library.