Mobile video service Vuclip arrives on Windows Phone with official app


Vuclip is the leading premium mobile video on demand service for emerging markets. Started in 2008, the Silicon Valley-based mobile video and media company uses technology they crafted to allow users to search for and watch web videos on any video-enabled mobile device.

This proprietary tech also enables Vuclip to deliver crisp, non-jerky video or audio over congested mobile networks. Vuclip has partnerships with carriers throughout India and Southeast Asia, and has served over 2 billion video views to users worldwide.

The official app for the service, Vuclip - Video on Mobile, arrived on the Windows Phone Store recently and allows you to watch your favorite movies, TV shows, music, news, sports, comedy, celebrities, fashion, glamour, and more. Everything is tailored to your interests and your region.


While a lot of folks head to YouTube to watch millions of videos, Vuclip offers select videos in a range of diverse categories. The app doesn't have a modern interface, and honestly it's a little tacky, but the user experience is seamless and the navigation is intuitive. You can browse the videos through individual categories, or search for something specific.

Download the free Vuclip app for Windows Phone 8 devices from the Windows Phone Store. It's not the best designed app, but would easily satiate your video watching needs, and offers curated content for a quick leisure fix. Give it a whirl, and let us know how you like it.

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Reader comments

Mobile video service Vuclip arrives on Windows Phone with official app


Duuuuuuuuudddeeeee.... Where have you been? The company that trumpets the phrase, "Do no evil," is being evil by refusing to make apps for Windows Phone or Windows 8, and when Microsoft stepped up to make a YouTube app: Google disabled it remotely, making the app worthless

Google is evil man. They do make some really cool stuff that works pretty seamlessly, and they're on the cutting edge of innovation. However, that comes at the cost of them running their own in-house NSA global operation. :/

They sure do act evil. I'm not so trusting of Microsoft, either... They scan all attachments in Outlook, and all files uploaded to OneDrive.

I'm not fond of it at all, but thru aren't as rotten as Google (yet...).

what do you think if Google blocks any of its services while Microsoft is still giving its apps to Google's platform?

MSFT should have bought the HERE division and fully intergrated it into Bing Maps.
But let's see. One of the big drawbacks that I hear from people is that lack of Google Maps and that's what deters them from WP. Maybe if Here gets more recognition it could make WP more appealing. The hardware of WP between Nokia/MSFT and now HTC is significantly better than Samsung.

Who the fuck needs a youtube app when we got myTube! :/ just fuck google!!! The ONLY google products I use is the search engine and youtube!

I guess you guys should go to some forum and discuss these things. We've had articles by Sam telling us what to talk about in comments towards a particular article not saying something else.

I installed this app, tapped the search icon on the menu, and it put my Icon on a continuous vibrate...if I was a girl this would be fine, but I'm not, and as my wife is not awake right now, I've no use for this. Uninstalled.

This app is no good.
At least provide 480p if u cant provide 720p and 1080p

en.saveform.net Is better
Such apps suck!