When it comes to using video in the cloud, Google is ahead of the curve with ways to watch, edit, and share video online. It lets you rent and buy movies and music with Google Play, and also lets you edit video online with Pixorial, Magisto and WeVideo. Keep reading to learn more.
elevisor is a search engine that makes recommendations based on shows you already like.
Devour is a curated video site that chooses select YouTube videos and presens them in a clean web layout.
Snapchat is a video messaging mobile app that lets you share moments with family and friends using pictures and short video clips.
Yidio is a video discovery service that lets you browse all of the major content providers in one place.
Vdio is an online video discovery and pay-per-view video service. Vdio has no subscription fee so users only pay for what they watch.
Started by the creators of YouTube, Mixbit helps people make videos together. Mixbit lets you sample other users' videos and lets you shoot and share your own.
Glide is a mobile app for Android and iOS that lets you send video messages to your family and friends for free.
Voddler features proprietary peer-to-peer streaming technology to bring you quality video on demand. Voddler features a global selection of movies including Hollywood releases.
Wibbitz uses an algorithm to turn the daily news into a multimedia experience. Instead of reading the news, you can watch it with Wibbitz on any iOS device.
Vevo is a website and mobile app that lets you stream music videos from the biggest names in the business. Vevo is free and features HD playback.
Patreon is a crowdfunding platform designed for creators that release content in series, such as web videos, tutorials, and vlogs.
Instagram, the popular social photo app, also lets users take short video updates to share with friends. This overview will tell you all about using Instagram video on your mobile device.
Jux is a new blogging platform for media-rich posting with style. Check out this overview to learn how to use Jux to showcase your work.
Learn how to use Google's blogging platform, Blogger, to share post and share video.
Tubemogul.com makes it easy to upload videos to multiple sites. One-click upload to YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo, MySpace, etc, through Tubemogul.com.
YouTube is the most popular video sharing web site in the world. Learn about the pros and cons of YouTube.
YouTube Leanback lets you - you guessed it - lean back and watch your favorite videos in full screen HD automatically, no navigating required.
Learn about Google's new video codec VP9. The codec is open source, free to use for everyone, and the fastest way to stream online video.
Wideo lets you create your own animated video without downloading any new software to your computer. Learn how to use Wideo to make animated videos online.
It's the first app that lets you stream live events directly to your mobile device so you can access awesome entertainment from anywhere. Keep reading to learn how to broadcast and attend events using Pheed.
The internet is a great resource for finding stock video clips that fit the bill. GotFootageHD.com and BottledVideo.com are two recently-launched stock video sites that offer SD and HD footage for free.
DVDs are a cost-effective way to share your video projects, home movies, and more. Learn how to burn a DVD at home with Roxio Toast authoring software.
This profile will teach you how to burn a BluRay disc at home with Roxio Toast.
Tango is a popular video app that lets you make video calls while making the most of your data plan. It's free to download and free to use, so keep reading to learn how to make video calls with Tango.