Vimeo rolls out new iOS application

Vimeo has released their new Apple iOS application at Mobile World Congress 2012. The application will be free to download and will allow users to watch and manage all their existing videos on Vimeo and also download them directly to their iOS device camera roll for local playback. Users will also be able to also have access to many of the same features they have come to expect while using Vimeo through a browser such as the ability to like videos, access their feeds, access to the Vimeo Music Store, comment on videos, watch later queues, as well as having a built in video-editor. The following is a complete list of the feature you can come to expect in this release of this application.

Vimeo Apple iOS App Features:

-Free to download from the iTunes App Store
-Compatible with iPhone 3GS and above, iPad, iPod Touch, and iOS4.3 and above
-Watch and manage all your existing Vimeo videos and download them to your camera roll
-Watch videos from your Feed, Watch Later queue, or previously liked videos
-Easily “like” videos, comment on videos, and add videos to your Watch Later queue
-Discover new and interesting videos curated by Vimeo Staff
-Easily upload your raw footage or edited videos in HD or SD
-Use the built-in editor to edit your footage on the go and add music from the Vimeo Music Store
-Pause/resume uploads and receive reminders when an upload is paused
-Replace existing videos
-Edit titles, descriptions, tags, privacy settings, and credits
-Share via Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, WordPress, email, and/or SMS
-Add videos to Groups, Channels, and Albums
-Access stats on plays, likes, and comments

There will be a native application for the iPad, iPhone (3GS and above), and iPod Touch models running iOS 4.3 firmware and above. CES 2012 is where we first heard that Vimeo had plans to really take advantage of the iPad and it looks like that has become a reality.

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Solomon Massele
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