Today we’re presenting you with a convenient way to watch video clips from the Web on your mobile phone. The service called blueapple.mobi optimizes online video files for mobile viewing experience. Users can either stream or download the video depending on their phone and operator parameters, and even grab the short 10-seconds preview of each of the clips. Furthermore, Blueapple.mobi gives users access to the complete YouTube’s database, not just the selected clips as it’s the case with YouTube’s own mobile version. When you watch a video on Blueapple.mobi, it is being streamed directly from the original site (i.e. YouTube), but through Blueapple.mobi’s servers. As a result they allow users to search from over 10 million videos across many sites with more to come.
Also worth noting is the social aspect of the new service. You can save your favorite videos to “my favorites”, send one or more clips to a friend, and even send videos from web to mobile.
Personally, I’m not much into watching video on my phone, but I’ve bookmarked blueapple.mobi nevertheless — you never know when you’ll be stuck in some queue when mobile video is just the thing you need.