Press Release London, UK, June 15th 2010
Today, online video hosting platform vzaar released the vzaar video app for iPhones that enables their customers to update online video content while on the move.
vzaar, who’s customers include Toys”R”us and The Press Association claims this application will give its users the ability to upload and share content when mobile as well as manage and monitor video content.
This release comes on the back of the Objective-C Framework API that enables iPhone and iPad developers to build video apps for the Apple iFamily devices.
According to vzaar CEO Stephen McClusky, “We built this app to test our new objective-C framework that allows developers to use our video platform API when creating video apps for Apple mobile devices. We are very pleased with the outcome and it means our customers can upload video to their site directly from their mobile phones.”
The vzaar dev team have also released a little tool that syncs Twitter with Google Latitude which takes your last location from twitter (if you’re tweeting with location on) and sends it to Google Latitude every 5 minutes or so. Not related to video the tool called, location-sync, is a skunkworks project from the labs of vzaar. It can be seen on their labs site here.
The Apple Store provides more information on the iPhone application here.
For more information on the vzaar API visit the developer hub.
vzaar is an online video hosting platform that provides an end to end video service for web applications, ecommerce website and internet publishers. Founded in 2007, vzaar has its Headquarters in London, United Kingdom. For more information visit http://vzaar.com