If you’re a Dailymotion user, you’d be glad to know that you can now have access to your favorite Dailymotion videos even while on the move. The Dailymotion iPhone app just made it to Â the Apps Store, waiting for you to download it. You may get the ad-supported free app or shell out $5.99 to get the ad-free version. Of course if your a daily viewer of Dailymotion videos, the paid version is still the best option.
So, what’s so exciting about the Dailymotion iPhone app? Take a gander at these cool features:
- easily search and find videos
- discover new featured videos every day
- check out the latest viral hits
- surf DM’s 15 themed channels
- access your DailyMotion account
- shoot and upload videos directly (iPhone 3GS users)
Cool, eh? Â The DailyMotion iPhone is even available in 9 different languages including English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portugese, Polish and Greek) It support both iPhone and iPod Touch as well.
So, what are you waiting for? Go make this app’s developer $6 richer by getting the Dailymotion Premium app. And enjoy watching those videos anywhere you go. Here’s the iTunes Link.
Dailymotion said that it is implementing INAâ€™s â€œSignatureâ€ technology across all localized and local language Dailymotion sites. Dailymotionâ€™s use of video filtering technology follows several other copyrighted material protection initiatives throughout the site, including a hashing system, blocking videos that have already been removed from the site and use of an audio fingerprinting solution. In addition, Dailymotion is an original signatory to the UGC Copyright Principles.
INAÂ´s innovative image-based technology is based on a signature, or digital fingerprint, which constitutes a genetic code representing a sequence of images. Content that has been protected by a producer or a broadcaster using this technology will be automatically detected and will either be rejected or managed according to agreements before it is placed online.
Fast growing online video site Dailymotion has raised $34 million in second round of funds, led by Advent Venture Partners (London) and AGF Private Equite (Paris).
Launched in 2005, this France-based startup is said to have overtaken YouTube last May as the number one online video site in France. Getting 3.2 million unique users in US, it also ranked second to the online video giant the same month. Dailymotion has just launched in US officially last June.
Now with the available funds, Dailymotion has more room to further enhance their service (YouTube beware!) and to address more content copyright concerns. They are reported to be working out on deals with content providing companies, as well as media companies such as TF1 and Viacom.