October 29, 2010 in Entertainment (E)
[prMac.com] Long Beach, California - Perfect World Programming LLC today announces its release of TubeOrganizer 1.1. More time searching for video clips means less time for viewing them. This iOS app quickly lets you search, categorize, store, and view your favorite YouTube videos. No more wasting time rerunning searches. TubeOrganizer lets you get to the content you want to see. TubeOrganizer is customizable, easy to use, and will keep your YouTube video library just a touch away. Stop hunting and start watching!
Organize your favorite YouTube video clips - Eliminate repetitive searches:
How many times have you wanted to share a video clip with someone, only to spend time running several searches before eventually finding what you're after, end up skipping it altogether and move on to something else? You'll never have to deal with that situation again once you start using
TubeOrganizer is easy and quick to use, and you don't need to have a Google account to use it. Have your favorite YouTube videos available to you at your fingertips.
* Search YouTube for your favorite videos
* Save videos into drawers you label for easy access.
* Add drawers within drawers to categorize large collections or libraries as you build them
* Move your clips from drawer to drawer to further organize them
* Find and play your clips quickly
Once you stick a video clip in your drawer you can access them with just a touch on the screen. You'll be enjoying your favorite videos on your iPad, iPhone or iPod on demand.
* Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod
* iOS Version 3.2 or above
* 1.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
TubeOrganizer 1.1 is offered at an introductory price of $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and is available worldwide through the App Store in the Entertainment Section.
Perfect World Programming LLC is headquartered in Long Beach, California. Founder, Mark Spritzler is a seasoned Java developer who has worked at JBoss and SpringSource. His company provides Java training throughout the US. Mark started programming in 1977 at the age of nine. Recently he has been a technical reviewer for several Java books, a speaker at Java conferences and holds post as a Sheriff at JavaRanch.com. Mark enjoys developing on the Apple iOS platform, with five iPhone apps under his belt and counting. TubeOrganizer is Mark's first offering for the iPad. Copyright (C) 2010 Perfect World Programming LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.