Vodio is a new social video discovery app for the iPad. I saw Robert Scoble give it an excited mention on Google+ and decided to give it a quick try this morning – and have to say so far, so good.
Here’s a slice of its App Store description:
Vodio for iPad delivers personalized video content unlike any you’ve ever experienced before.
Take video consumption on the go to the next level, by creating your very own personalized video streams from dozens of content services. Free up your time by watching the most talked about videos, instead of searching through hours of videos you might like.
With the wealth of video content available, knowing what to watch isn’t always as easy as it seems. Vodio lets you discover and enjoy the best videos, based on what’s being shared around you as well as your personal preferences and interests.
Additionally, Vodio lets you share videos through your social networks, so your friends can enjoy it too.
And some of its key features:
* Personalized video streams
* Slick and Intuitive UI
* Quick Share of cool video content via Facebook, Twitter and Email
* Constantly adapting to your personal taste in video content
* Vertical channels (News, Entertainment, Music, Sports, Comedy, Science, Sports, Music, Comedy and more…)
I’ve only spent a short while with Vodio so far, but it looks quite promising so far. It’s got a very simple and slick UI that’s fun to use – and everything about the app feels quick and easy. Just a few minutes into using it I discovered a video for a brand new (not even released yet) track from Train and shared it to Facebook and Twitter.
I’ll share more thoughts on Vodio when I’ve spent more time with it, but for now I’d say it’s well worth a look if you enjoy video content on your iPad.
Here’s an App Store link for Vodio; it’s a free app.