Here is a video demo of a FlashLite 3.0 application called YouTube Mobile. This is a standalone application and is capable of playing youtube videos.
The user can search videos by:
- Top Rated – Today, This Week, This Month, All Time
- Top Favorites
- Most Viewed – Today, This Week, This Month, All Time
- Recently Featured
The Search results are displayed with thumbnails and displays 5 results at a time. The right and the left arrow keys lets the user go to the next and the previous 5 results of the searched videos. The Video Player displays the Author of the video, Ratings, Views. The user can pause/play the video, rewind it and see the buffer and the playing status of the video. The video can also be seen in full screen mode.
The demo video has some audio problems
Major motion picture studio Warner Bros, which was reported earlier this month to be mulling a deal with Apple to offer up its catalog for a new iTunes rental service, is now said to have inked a deal with the iTunes operator that will see its films available through the service at launch. Sounds amazing… I also wish this service can be extended for the mobile phones which support iTunes. The iPhone and iPods are an obvious count but there are other devices like the Razrs and the Rokrs from Motorola. It would be great to rent and watch movies on our personal lil’ gadgets. More
While exploring some old directories, I found this application, which I made last year.
I am putting it for download here as I feel that it is a very useful application and I had received a lot of positive feedback for this. Sorry for not having a installer but, here are some basic instructions for using this app.
- Put the Mobilaid.swf and the two xml files – part1.xml and part2.xml in the same directory.
- Launch Mobilaid.swf
- Uses Mobile shared objects.
- Uses the SMS editor of the device and can initiate calls.
- No GPRS or internet connections required.
Screen Resolution: 176×208 | Tested on Nokia N70 | FlashLite 2.1 Application
I hope you find it useful. Feel free to drop your queries/comments/feedback to this post.