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Web-based video viewer for iPhone debuts

updated 07:05 pm EST, Thu December 13, 2007

Web-based iPhone player

Avot Media today unveiled Avot mV, a new Web-based application that allows iPhone users to quickly locate and view any Web-based video on the cellular handset. Avot mV maintains no limits on video selection, and utilizes no transcoding process to achieve almost no latency, according to Avot. iPhone users can watch TV-quality video in near real-time, and the softwrae works across mobile carriers with high-speed data networks as well as Wi-Fi. The iPhone-specific application is available for free.

While the Avot mV service is free, it still requires users to have a data plan with their cellular carrier and to pay related data-traffic fees if they apply. In addition to supporting the iPhone, Avot mV also currently supports Windows Mobile, Motorola RAZR and Samsung/LG mobile devices.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    works with iPod touch

    ... so -- no "data plan" required if WiFi is available.

  1. MMask

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    invalid links

    do any of these links work for others.? I'm getting invalid links.

  1. dynsight

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    wrong URL

    MacNN has the wrong URL above.

    It should be just www.avotmv.com

    it will redirect you to the proper URL. Interface is similar to the Youtube interface...most of the content seems to come from youtube, but some from blip and veoh... it is nice.

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