Joost Streams Online Video To Your IPhone - New Joost IPhone App Launched

Joost Streams Online Video To Your IPhone   New Joost IPhone App LaunchedJoost, the Flash-based, global web video service, today announced the launch of a Joost application for the iPhone and iPod touch. The new free application is available through Apple's App Store (http://www.apple.com/iphone/appstore/) and enables iPhone and iPod touch users to enjoy thousands of hours of anime, comedy, drama, movies, music, documentaries, sci-fi and sports over their Wi-Fi connections.

Similar to www.joost.com, Joost on the iPhone is ad-supported and free for users.

"Offering Joost on the iPhone and iPod touch is an important step for Joost as we endeavor to offer users premium entertainment, where they want it and when they want it," said Mike Volpi, CEO of Joost.

Joost Streams Online Video To Your IPhone   New Joost IPhone App Launched

iPhone and iPod touch users can choose what to watch on Joost in a variety of ways:

  • Browsing by category
  • Selecting "Most Popular" videos
  • Watching "Our Picks"
  • Searching for a specific video

Joost offers more than 46,000 videos including 18,000 music videos, 400 TV series and 1,200 movies and short films. Joost is available globally, offering content from more than 300 partners worldwide. Content varies by geography due to individual agreements with copyright holders.

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