Dailymotion app updated with new UI and features

Dailymotion Streaming Video, an app that is the second largest video provider on the internet, has just updated its app substantially in both design and functionality. This newest version -- 3.0.1, to be exact -- has a completely overhauled UI that fits nicely into Android 4.0 and above's holo design, taking advantage of the new tabbed interface, overflow settings button and UI fragments.

As if that wasn't enough, there's also a lot of new behind the scenes fixes to improve overall responsiveness of the app. The video player is quicker, there's a new offline mode and improved search suggestions. The latest small update brought many bug fixes to keep everything smooth as well. If you want to know a little more about Dailymotion you can take a look at the press release after the break, or just head straight to the app at the Play Store link above.

Dailymotion Zips Faster on Android with Overhauled Mobile Viewing Experience and Accelerated Video Playback

Worlds #2 Video Destination Updates its Popular Android App Introducing a New Interface, Updated Newsfeed, Featured Channel Integration and More

New York, NY – January 2, 2012 – Dailymotion (www.dailymotion.com), the world’s #2 video destination with 116M UMV and #31 site online as ranked by comScore, Inc, has overhauled its wildly popular Android app with faster video playback speed and a new content discovery experience on the app’s With over 850,000 active Android users and counting, the app serves over 25 million monthly video views (including 9 million in the US), reaching 700,000 unique monthly visitors spending an average of 20 minutes per viewing session.

The Android app compliments Dailymotion’s extensive multiplatform options for viewers to enjoy its vast library of more than 30 million unique videos and 20,000 unique daily uploads from users, premium content partners and Motionmakers, available on Xbox, iOS and the web as well.

Free to download, the app allows users to access their favorite Dailymotion channels (News, Cinema, Music, Sports, etc.), discover new content from friends and trending categories, and enjoy the wide variety of Android devices with optimized playback for any screen size. The full list of new features includes:

·         New Interface – Navigate the application with increased speed with Dailymotion’s new, faster, cleaner interface, complete with full Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean device integration

·         Updated Homescreen – Clean, sleek homescreen to easily access favorite videos

·         New Notification System – Instant notifications when a video from favorite users or friends and when new playlists are posted

·         Upgrades to Application Speed – Increased video player speed streams content faster than ever

·         Social Compatibility – Share videos on Facebook and Twitter with one touch

·         Offline Mode – Sync and watch the videos offline when connections aren’t available

·         Channel Integration – Browse and view featured Dailymotion channels (News, Cinema, Music, Sports, Comedy, and more) with ease

“As our mobile app continues to evolve, these new updates are specially crafted to give the best possible mobile viewing experience,” said Roland Hamilton, Managing Director of Dailymotion USA. “With the Android market continuing to dominate the mobile market, it’s a critical platform for reaching more users and viewers worldwide. explode, we will continue to improve and refine our apps to stay cutting edge.”

Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.

  • See Twitter, even a lowly company called Dailymotion even bothered to update their app to holo standards...........
  • Exactly! which is why I've moved on to Falcon Pro, Twitter has missed the boat with mobile in my particular case and probably many others all because of their stubbornness.
  • thats weird...twitter works perfectly fine on my phone
  • This was required since long. Thanks
  • I'm pretty sure that 3.0 did the holo makeover, and that was released about 2 months ago........
  • Didn't this update come ages ago?