Joost Wi-Fi web videos come to Apple iPhone and iPod touch

“Joost has completed its Web video application for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. The free app enables the mobile devices to view videos over a Wi-Fi connection,” Mary Couchman reports for NewsOXY.

“The global Web video service recently expanded with 11 new content partners. Wireless devices such as the iPhone 3G can now watch thousands of hours of anime, comedy, drama, movies, music, documentaries, sci-fi, and sports over their Wi-Fi connections,” Couchman reports. “Joost also added nine independent music labels to its content library. There are now more than 18,000 music videos, interviews and live performances on hand for the iPhone and iPod Touch.”

“Apple iPhone and iPod Touch users can browse through popular videos by category or from an online search. The global Web video service provider offers more than 46,000 videos and 18,000 music videos. The library also contains 400 TV series and 1,200 movies,” Couchman reports.

Full article here.

Joost is available here: Joost

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Carl H.” for the heads up.]


  1. What a piece of crap. The content never changes and I was ten minutes into one movie on it and temporarily lost my wireless connection… and I could not pick up where I left off or fast forward to it. This program needs a LOT of work.

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