If you're anything like me then you probably can't stand to spend more than a couple of hours away from YouTube. As a self-confessed online video addict I was intrigued by Avot mV because it comes with the promise of allowing you to play movie streams from YouTube, Google Video, and the like on your Pocket PC.
You can ransack as much content as you like thanks to a built-in search engine, and the program stores your personal favourite clips neatly in playlists. Avot mV connects using a framework such as UMTS, EDGE or GPRS and displays clips in a mini-preview window. From here you simply tap the video and it starts playing. Obviously the buffering time will depend on the quality of your connection, but by and large the movies are reproduced very well.
Finding the videos that you're interested in watching is where the app comes into its own. Using so-called channel filters, Avot mV breaks movies into different categories for topics such as music, TV shows, entertainment, politics or education.
Provided you have a fast enough connection, Avot mV delivers a flexible platform for enjoying online video on your mobile.