Los Angeles-based mobile video sharing application Viddy has just debuted on Android, the company said this morning, making the Viddy experience available to a host of new smartphones. The app--previously only available on iPhone--lets users capture video and share that video with others. Viddy--which has been billed the Instagram of video--allows users to capture, share, and comment on videos. Viddy said that the software works for both Android Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean operating systems, and works on 735 different Android smartphones and tablets, across 136 countries and 16 different languages. The app is free.