Whether you want to stay up to date on the latest current events, watch the newest viral videos, or just see what’s “out there”, Frequency is a great app that consolidates everything.
Concept and Functionality
If you’re like me, you tend to lose track of your favorite video sites on the net. Sometimes there just isn’t enough time to browse every single site to catch up on what’s new, so having an app like Frequency is just what you need.
This is very much an all-in-one app, which is perfect for users who want everything in one place.
There’s almost no setup required with Frequency, which is definitely an added bonus. There are plenty of channels already added to your lineup, and checking out the Staff Picks channel gives you a great compilation of the most popular topics and videos currently.
The channel list is constantly updated, too, so there’s always something new to check out.
In terms of usability and functionality, Frequency is incredibly easy to navigate.
It takes a bit of time to browse all of the channel categories, but once you have your lineup established, you’re ready to watch whatever you like. You can even connect your social media accounts to the app and watch videos shared by your friends within Frequency.
The most recent update for Frequency added Chromecast support, which is incredibly good news for anyone who uses the device (like myself). You can even browse your favorite channels on your Android device while it’s casting to your TV.
Frequency supports user accounts, too, and allows you to save your favorite channels and videos to view on whatever device you’re using.
If social sharing is your thing, you can even opt to have Frequency automatically post video links to Twitter and/or Facebook. Use this feature with caution, though, as I believe the app will automatically post every single link you watch.
Frequency is available to download from Google Play for free and doesn’t require a subscription or in-app purchase to remove upgrades. What you see is what you get, and what you get is a fantastic way to watch videos from around the internet.
If you love to see what the latest viral videos are or you want to stay on top of current events, Frequency is definitely worth checking out.
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