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.
We particularly liked the You Tube channelization of content. Netflix The popular movie and TV show rental site is also available as a mobile player.
In fact, if you want to watch videos on your phone or tablet you’ll need to download the Netflix app.
Videos will initially play on the website, but you can tap the four arrows at the base of the screen to watch the video on the entire screen.You can easily share videos on the site via social networks, however we couldn’t download videos to the phone. Veoh With an emphasis on social media, Veoh has a library of niche video clips that people might be talking about at the water cooler.The videos are much shorter than those found on the other mobile video sites mentioned here.We viewed the Metacafe site using a mobile browser.On the i Phone Metacafe videos had solid download speed and consistent streaming quality, but the image quality was only average with some pixilation and blurring.