, the developer of online video search services headed by former iFilm CEO Blair Harrison, has released new app for the iPhone, the company said this morning. The app lets users personalize and watch video channels, gathered from thousands of websites, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. Frequency said its app builds on an existing app that it released earlier for the iPad. Frequency has been offering up its video discovery and search tools since January, and is looking to help users better find all sorts of videos on the topics they are interested in. Frequency said the app takes advantage of all the features of iOS 6 and the iPhone 5. Frequency is based in Los Angeles.
posted on Thursday, December 6, 2012
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