The Android and Windows Phone apps include the following features:
- Upload raw or edited footage in HD or SD
- Pause/Resume videos
- Replace existing videos
- Edit tags, titles, descriptions and privacy information
- Share via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, WordPress, email or SMS
- Download your Vimeo videos to your Camera roll
- Watch videos from the Vimeo Inbox and Watch Later queue
- Access stats
The Android version of the app is available in the Android Market and in the Amazon App Store and is compatible with all Android devices running Android 2.3 and higher. This means that devices like the Kindle Fire can get in on the fun.
The Windows Phone version of the app is available in the Windows Phone Marketplace and works with any Windows Phone device running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.
The new iPad-optimized version of the app offers a tablet-optimized view of browsing and discovering video. It also brings over the popular video editing functionality of the iPhone app to the bigger screen iOS device.
In the past 18 months, Vimeo has increasingly focused on streamlining its offerings to provide a consistent user experience across devices and platforms. Vimeo was one of the first major video services to embrace HTML5 and it started targeting the connected device. Vimeo’s Roku app continues to be one of our favorites and we expect the company will continue to target connected devices and platforms.
Let us know your thoughts on the new Vimeo mobile apps in the comments.