Viewdini Verizon Android App tells you What's On Netflix

Mobile video is amazing, right? Kindly to watch Netflix, YouTube, and everything else all from the comfort of your phone. You know what’s better though? An application just put all services in one place, but limited to a single carrier. Fortunately, Verizon has made the application.

Verizon has partnered with TV.com to launch Viewdini. It is an application that promises to deliver the best video content on the Mobile Web. It’s just that all the videos from other people if it’s Netflix or Hulu. The best part is that it is only available to Verizon customers.

In all reality, Viewdini just glorified video search function. He did not offer its own video hosting. It only serves to point users in the direction where they can gain access to the video said. The only thing that really has going for it is that it is supported by TV.com. Basically, you get ads for video streaming services with information that can be easily found on Wikipedia.

To be fair, there is value in consolidation. Very happy to find and locate the video streaming service, with a video all from one place. Integration with TV.com also gives you immediate access to information for specific TV shows directly from the app.

Viewdini availability to individual users. Is Android need help users to find where they can access all their favorite video content? It necessary to remind you how wonderful (and expensive) Verizon 4G network?

However, it is a great gesture for Verizon customers. I unfortunately AT & T so I stayed in separate navigate all the different video applications. In such diseases. If my provider just given an application that helps even lazy lazy activities.

If you feel compelled to download and use Viewdini, it is available for download on Android Market today. For kicks, I tried to download the Viewdini my HTC Inspire 4G. They were not kidding about shit “Only for Verizon customers.” I feel like Google Play and Verizon are now silently mocking me to AT & T.