Verizon has just launched Viewdini, the carrier’s latest video streaming portal that was first introduced last week. Verizon describes the app as innovative portal that provides a new entertainment choice for its consumers by making it simple to search and view movies, television shows, and other video on mobile devices. Viewdini brings the power of Verizon’s 4G LTE network to the screen by streamlining access to videos from a wide range of content providers, including cable operators, websites and other popular video sources. Verizon explains that Viewdini is powered by CBS Interactive’s TV.com and that the app is supported by Comcast Xfinity, Hulu Plus, mSpot, Netflix and Verizon Video.

Basically, the app will make it easy for users to browse titles from content providers, TV sites, movie studios and cable operators. You can do this by simply searching for a title or even the name of the actor to pull out the video. Verizon added that Viewdini lets customers know which services have mobile video for streaming, and whether it is available for free, or by subscription, rent, or by purchase. Viewdini is available to all Verizon customers with 4G LTE-enabled Android devices. So, if you’re on Verizon, you might as well get the free app via Google Play or from Verizon.

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