Vimeo, the popular video streaming service, has just updated its app for the iPhone and iPad to support new features of iOS 9. What that means is that all those multitasking features introduced by iOS 9 on the iPad are now compatible with the latest version of the Vimeo app.
Vimeo is a great place of filming enthusiasts to showcase and share their creations, and one can easily get lost in the torrent of wonderful videos available for viewing on the site. With apps galore on most of today's common platforms, Vimeo has introduced an app for those on the Xbox 360. There are, however, one or two pesky little caveats - the main issue being that you will need to be a paid Xbox LIVE subscriber in order to enjoy the new Vimeo offering.
Today, during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Vimeo have pushed out the major update to their iPhone app that they said was coming earlier this year. Finally introducing a proper, native iPad UI, the update also packs improvements to the iPhone UI, on top of an array of other enhancements.
The video sharing website, Vimeo, recently turned seven years old, and although in some peoples eyes it may sit in the shadow of Google’s YouTube, its rise to importance on the world wide web has been dramatic. The website was founded in late 2004 by two partners and was intended to be a place solely for the uploading of user made videos. The name 'Vimeo' is said to reflect this with it being a combination of the words 'video' and 'me'.
Vimeo, the popular video sharing alternative to YouTube has today released its much awaited iPhone app. Along with the usual browsing, watching and searching of videos the app also allows users to upload their own creations. When we say upload, we mean edit and upload.