Chances are, you've probably streamed at least one video today, if not more than one. And chances, are whatever you watched caught your attention via your Facebook newsfeed, Twitter feed or one of your favorite blogs.
With websites we visit daily constantly throwing new video content at us, there's no question our consumption of online streaming is growing. All that content can be hard to filter through, creating a problem that a small app maker hopes to fix.
Anideo, a Singapore-based app development company backed by Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, is trying to make the video streaming process more seamless with its app Denso , which selects content based on a user's personal tastes via social websites.
"With Denso , you don’t need a remote. We are going to tell you what to watch and you are probably going to like it," said Anideo co-founder Andrew Solimine.
Denso 2.0, which is available on the iPhone, iPad, Android and the web, allows users to connect their social accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google Reader) to their Denso account. It then creates a "social channel," pulling all the videos friends are sharing into one channel for the Denso user to view.Page 1 of 3 | Next Page