With so many devices to watch your programs on, it would sometimes be useful to have one universal interface through which to watch them all.
Veoh Player provides exactly this enabling you to watch full-screen, DVD-quality videos on your computer, portable device, or TV.
Among its many features, you can create your own library of video content, subscribe to video series, channels, or publishers similar to a virtual TiVo or SkyPlus system.
You can also download and save videos from Veoh and from thousands of other websites including YouTube and Google Video.
Finding something to watch is quite easy - there's a TV-style guide or you can search via keywords or a remote control.
Possibly the best feature of this program is that it 'learns' what you like to watch and recommends programs accordingly.
The downside of it is that it's designed specifically for the American market so options such as the Home Delivery service are redundant for users in other parts of the world.
However, if you're a big fan of American TV series, you'll appreciate the fact that you can watch full-length episodes from ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX.
Can be used across many devices
Lots of programming to choose from in TV guide
Learns what you like to watch
Aimed specifically at US market
Watch video across multiple platforms and keep up with your favourite American shows.
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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