Skyfire, private-equity backed video technology firm, has unveiled an application, VideoQ for watching Flash videos on Apple’s iPhones. VideoQ is available for iPhone & iPad in the United States & Canada.
Download Skyfir VideoQ for iPhones (Price: $1.99)
With Skyfire VideoQ users can:
- Get Access to Adobe Flash Videos from Safari : With Skyfire VideoQ, iPhone & iPad users can finally access video designed for Adobe Flash Player from Safari, Opera and other previously unsupported mobile browsers. Skyfire VideoQ unlocks videos designed for Adobe Flash Player regardless of the mobile browser, allowing users to forward previously unwatchable videos from over 1 million websites directly to the app. Users can also use the Skyfire VideoQ as a locker to store videos for later viewing and sharing. Users have several easy options for sending videos to the VideoQ app from their browser of choice. A user can email the Web link to their unique VideoQ email address, paste a Web link into the app, or install a bookmarklet, which forwards videos to the VideoQ app for future watching.
- Browse, Stream and Store the Web’s Hottest Viral Videos: Skyfire VideoQ is also a new mobile video discovery app for iOS devices. Skyfire VideoQ offers instant access to the day’s hottest video content, as well as high-quality curated video channels. Skyfire VideoQ is the smartest way to enjoy high-quality video content on an iPhone or iPad. Rather than tediously jumping from site to site, users can simply browse Skyfire’s customizable video channels, which include themes such as technology, news, sports, humor, TV, anime, gaming and kids. Users also have one-click access to the day’s biggest live events and viral videos through the crowd-sourced “hot” videos section.In addition to enabling non-supported video on iOS, Skyfire’s cloud-based video optimization service saves an average of 75% of bandwidth while streaming video, allowing users to watch up to four times the amount of video while staying within the limits of a tiered data plan and potentially saving users money.
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