If you are like most of the Smartphone community, you use your device to watch videos. And if you love watching on your phone or tablet, it can be pretty annoying visiting so many different sites or loading a ton of apps to see all of the videos that interest you. Enter Frequency, a very cool, free app that is now available on Android after the iOS version received the Editor's Choice in the iTunes app store, and was chosen as one of the Top 100 Websites of 2013 by PC Magazine.
The Frequency app is a very slick, easy to navigate app that gives you quick access to all of the free videos and video channels that you watch, and with more than 4,000 video channels in their database (and growing) you will always find entertaining ways to kill time, educate yourself or explore new channels. You can search for videos by topic or use their guide. You can even create your own channels and add your favorite stuff from such popular sources as YouTube, CNN, Funny Or Die and more. And if you just want to view some cool videos without searching or thinking, the Staff Picks channel is always a good choice. If you log in with your Facebook or Twitter account on Frequency, you will have a channel that features all of the videos that your friends and followers are posting, without having to scroll through all of the stuff they posted that you really don't care about.
Just download it and click around. Trust me. You'll discover the Featured section where you can view current top news stories, most shared videos, top comedy picks, up to the minute movie and TV trailers and the list goes on and on. Fox News, The Late Show with David Letterman, Reddit, CNN....see I told you. If you click on the Frequency Guide you can watch trending videos, animations, business, celebrities, fashion and on and on.
Basically, Frequency is a really cool browser app that focuses exclusively on videos. Be careful, you may sit there for hours once you get started. Just for kicks I clicked on "Celebrity" in the Guide. I was presented with video links to TMZ, The Hollywood Reporter, E!, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone and a number of equally entertaining, but a bit less mainstream options like Stupid Famous People and Celeb Dirty Laundry. There are so many options on Frequency that each heading in their Guide gives you the option to view Popular, New or even alphabetical listings.
If you do the same with the News link, here you go again: CNN, BBC, New York Times, CBS. Time Magazine, Wall Street Journal.
And that list is just from two of the more than 40 options in their Frequency Guide.
So, if you're looking for a smooth, slick interface for watching video on your Android (or iPhone or tablet), you must download this app. You can thank me later.