Maximize User Engagement With iOS And Android SDKs

Today we are releasing our Vid.Watch SDKs for Android and iOS. This software developer kit (SDK) enables publishers and VOD providers to easily build the Vid.Watch video previews and previews player they love directly into native Android and iOS apps.

Vid.Watch supports mobile web (including low end devices) since its early days. This announcement is another step in our mobile product strategy. Vid.Watch is committed to delivering the tools that our customers need to reach users who prefer native apps over mobile web.

Any App, Any Video URL, with Smart Autoplay

You can use the Vid.Watch SDK to add video previews and previews player functionality to virtually any Android and iOS apps. For example, you autoplay video previews for videos you’d like to promote on your mobile app or autoplay your entire video content. You can do all of this while retaining full control over the user experience of your app, as well as your in-app branding. And you can choose to maximize your user engagement by letting Vid.Watch make the decisions for you, based on its AI algorithms.

Apps built with the SDK will integrate with our Vid.Watch video previews engine and analytics services. However, unlike many other SDK offerings, we do not require you to use specific hosting services; You can use the Vid.Watch SDK for Android and iOS with video content that is hosted anywhere you want.

Key Features

  • Automatic generation of video previews for your entire video content on mobile
  • Autoplay video previews which maximize user engagement
  • Video previews and analytics API
  • Efficient implementation, no abuse of resources
  • Easy integration
  • Includes a basic sample app to get you started

Licensing Info

The Vid.Watch SDK for Android and iOS is licensed under an annual contract with a monthly subscription fee. For more information and pricing on the SDK contact us at [email protected].

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