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vvatch.tv

Sit back and watch an endless feed of youtube videos

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Jack Wild
@isjackwild · Developer, vvatch.tv / FutureCorp
Hey everyone, Jack here... I've been working with Marc for the last 14 months on the development of vvatch. Prototyping, researching, testing, conceptualising and building... Super happy at the response we've had so far, and happy to open up the discussion about the tech side of vvatch if anyone has questions, thoughts and suggestions. Looking forward to th… See more
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Marc Kremers
@marckremers · Founder and ECD
Hi everyone, vvatch.tv is a teaser for the forthcoming product, which we've been working on for the last 14 months. We're super excited by the attention our concept has already received on The Verge, The Next Web, Huffington Post, The Independent, and others. It's about time things were shaken up in the video delivery and curation space. We've been working… See more
Jake Mor
@jakemor · ios and web // jakemor.com
Love the attention to detail. I like how the favicon updates :) very nice work. I can see this blowing up, but you need a wider variety of channels! As a user, I want to be able to make my own channels so I can watch content that I'm interested in. Maybe let users enter a few #keywords?
Ryan MacCarthy
@ryanmac · Chief Data Scientist, KickFactory
@marckremers I've put some thought into this space as well. I would love to watch Product Hunt tv. Where a "PH channel" would play every video linked to in the hunted product links. Or a Twitter tv, where it would play videos linked by people I follow (also Facebook tv). Years ago I built an app that streamed all the videos from my Google Reader (RIP) feeds.… See more
Dave Branson Smith
@playswithfood · 96 Problems
Youtube is too expansive and people want to be given ideas for what to watch. We all discount TV networks but they did and still do provide entertainment for millions of users (back then they called them "viewers" 😉) a day, and with 40+ years of experience under their belts, there's probably have a thing or two they can teach us in the moments when we're n… See more
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Jack Wild
@isjackwild · Developer, vvatch.tv / FutureCorp
Hey everyone, Jack here... I've been working with Marc for the last 14 months on the development of vvatch. Prototyping, researching, testing, conceptualising and building... Super happy at the response we've had so far, and happy to open up the discussion about the tech side of vvatch if anyone has questions, thoughts and suggestions. Looking forward to th… See more