Verizon Wireless has announced that Viewdini is making its debut on iOS today, allowing users with an iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, or new iPad to enjoy the video-on-demand service on the go. The app provides access to both free and subscription-based providers, including Comcast Xfinity, Hulu Plus, mSpot, Netflix, Vimeo, and more.
Sick of waiting for Apple to make up its mind on when its going to pilot iTunes into the cloud? Skeptical that Google’s going to do it any quicker? Recognize Spotify in the United States for what it is: a pipe dream that the music publishers will never let happen?
Time to throw your collected tracks online yourself, and cloud-streaming music service mSpot is here to help you make that happen, in conjunction with a free, just released iOS app.
Judging by the video above, mSpot’s actually got me interested: $3.99 for 40GB of online storage is actually a pretty decent price, especially given the slickness of their web interface. I’m about to move, shipping my iMac over and working entirely on my 64GB MacBook Air for the next month… maybe it wouldn’t be a shabby idea to throw my music collection up on mSpot before I leave.