We’re all pretty familiar with the Skyfire browser but the company has just released a new iOS app that aims to brings the best videos on the web in one single hub with Skyfire VideoQ.
The company dubs VideoQ as an entertainment app and it can be used as a personal video locker for users to view all types of web video including Adobe Flash videos. We all know that Flash won’t be coming to iOS any time soon, so this is a great way to check out these videos on your iDevice.
The VideoQ app lets you save videos for later and it also has channels to help you discover new videos across the web. While it’s not quite as flashy as something like the ShowYou app, the Skyfire VideoQ app has the added benefit of being able to play and compress all types of videos across the web.
“Skyfire has been known as a ‘browser company,’ but our vision is much broader: cloud solutions for mobility,” said Skyfire CEO Jeffrey Glueck, in a prepared statement. “Our products span consumer apps like Skyfire VideoQTM, which uses the cloud to improve consumers’ mobile video experience, to carrier-grade infrastructure products for operators that use cloud technology to provide game-changing solutions to manage bandwidth.”
The Skyfire VideoQ app is available in the App Store now and it costs $1.99. It’s a universal app for the iPhone and iPad and you can download it here (iTunes link).