February 5, 2014
London, United Kingdom (RPRN) 02/05/14 — - VideoSprout, the private online video sharing service, today announces support for video streaming to iPads, iPhones and Android tablets.
This major upgrade makes it even easier to share videos privately with friends and family and the service now supports video sharing to iPhones, iPads and Android devices, as well as web browsers like Chrome, Internet Explorer or Safari.
Free to use, VideoSprout offers the simplest, ad-free way of sharing videos online privately.
Neil Fenton, Chairman of VideoSprout comments: “Our users are increasingly sharing their videos with friends and family members using iPads and Android tablets. We’ve made a big upgrade to support these devices. Now, if you use VideoSprout to share your video, it doesn’t matter if one of your recipients is using an iPad, another is using a web-browser and a third has got a Nexus – they will each be able watch the video you’ve shared with them. With the main video companies like YouTube, their privacy options are tricky to figure out and their support for multiple device types is sporadic – VideoSprout by contrast is super simple to use and automatically supports play-out to multiple device types.’
VideoSprout was created to address the need to make video sharing easy to do and yet control who can watch the video. Anyone who has a video they want to share can register for free, upload the video and send a link to just the people they want. The recipient simply clicks on the link they’ve been sent and they can watch the video streamed directly to the device they’re using.
VideoSprout can be used by parents wanting to share a video of their child on a family holiday, a newlywed couple sharing a video of their wedding with guests or a company sharing an internal company video message quickly, easily and for free.
VideoSprout is an online service for sharing videos privately. Free to use, VideoSprout is a spin-out of 10Duke (www.10duke.com), Europe’s leading provider of rapid application development frameworks and APIs. Using the 10Duke SDK, VideoSprout was created in just 10 days and now supports tens of thousands of subscribers around the world.
Content- Legal Responsibility - All material is copyrighted - You may repost but you MUST link back to the original post on your page and acknowledge Rush PR News as the news source. Rush PR News is not legally and/or morally responsible for content of press releases, opinions expressed or fact-checking.
Rush PR News cannot be held legally responsible for material published and distributed through its newswire service or published in its press-room and therefore cannot be sued for published material. Third-party must be contacted directly to dispute content.
Rush PR News is not the contact for material published.