Finnish company Axel Technologies has obviously been busy in its Labs, and has cooked up some cool new TV and video applications for consumers to use:
Fuugo Video 1.0, which is available as a free download from the Android Market and fuugo.tv, aggregates various content services, such as Break.com and YouTube, making it easy to find and enjoy content that interests you. iOS versions (iPhone and iPad) are coming shortly too and so does support for additional social media features, and more content sources.
Fuugo TV on the other hand is a broadcast digital TV application for mobile and portable devices, for use alongside most popular TV receiver accessories. It will be available first for Windows devices, to be followed soon after by Mac OS X and iOS versions. Evaluation software is available for free from fuugo.tv, and a fully-functional version costs 19.90 EUR. Fuugo TV initially supports the DVB-T standard used mainly in Europe, but will soon support the ISDB-T standard used in Japan and Latin American markets as well. What’s more, the application will also be available embedded in known TV accessory brand products in the coming months.
Personally, I really like the look of the Fuugo Video 1.0 App, running in an Android Tablet – it seems like a pretty good solution to get some video entertainment on the move. Check it out and let me know what you think…
And if you want to see even more videos, check out Fuugo’s YouTube channel from here.
Fuugo Video (FREE) [Android Market link]