Remember when Verizon's Chief Technical Officer said with the launch of the world's most advanced LTE network that we will be able to soon reach our dreams of streaming any high-def video wherever we are?
Well, that time has come, and the carrier today introduced "Viewdini" - a mobile video streaming aggregator, which allows you to search for any movie, TV series or video clip in general, and will source it from the service it is available at - Netflix, Hulu Plus, Comcast's Xfinity, mSpot, and cable operators, with FIOS to be added soon.
Verizon Wireless has the network to deliver the video choices our customers want with the quality and speed customers demand. Working with a wide range of providers, we're giving our customers a simple and intuitive way to find shows, movies and other videos from the sources they have relationships with and discover new sources of video as well.
These are the words of Dan Mead, president and CEO of Verizon, and the Viewdini app will show if the video is free, available for rent or for purchase, as well as list additional information like plot and cast. It is only available for Verizon's LTE customers with Android devices for now, but it is coming for other mobile operating systems - when they have LTE gear on Verizon's network, we assume. You will be able to take the app for a spin later this month, just watch out for overages.