Last week, Verizon introduced us to their latest app creation. An Android application called Viewdini. Viewdini is a video aggregation portal which provide a "one stop shop" for many of the most popular sources of video content on the internet and presents them in one location.
The app pulls video content together from all across the internet. Sources include Netflix, Comcast XFINITY, HULU Plus, and various television networks. The app will even sort video content by price to allow you to know which can be viewed for free and what needs to be purchased.
After choosing the video to watch, the user is automatically redirected to the appropriate website or application to view it. The Viewdini application is available for free through the Google Play store. The application is compatible with all Android devices with OS version 2.2 and up.
It seems odd that a company so committed to tiered data plans would be behind an application like Viewdini as streaming video content is one of the quickest ways to break your data cap and rack up those outrageous data overage fees in no time.
Source: Google Play