Verizon’s Viewdini for Android hunts streaming video on Comcast Xfinity, Hulu and Netflix, strains our 4G

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Verizon is clearly looking to make itself the front door for Internet video this year. Bolstering its tie-ins with Color and Redbox, it’s now kicking off Viewdini, a carrier-specific Android app that will help you find video across multiple services: along with Internet-only providers like Hulu Plus, mSpot and Netflix, it will sift through the online component of Comcast’s Xfinity brand, taking a little bit more advantage of that cross-sales deal coming out of the proposed spectrum handover. Even Verizon’s own FiOS video will be late to its own party, coming “soon.” Viewdini will only be available for 4G LTE-equipped Android phones and tablets later this month, with “other operating systems” and services due in the future — given the currently very short list of non-Android 4G devices, we have a few ideas as to where the app might go next. Either way, get ready to collide with bandwidth caps faster than usual if you love what Verizon plans to offer.

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Verizon’s Viewdini for Android hunts streaming video on Comcast Xfinity, Hulu and Netflix, strains our 4G originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 22 May 2012 11:47:00 EST.

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