By Legacy | February 10, 2011 5:08 PM
With millions of unique visitors each month, Dailymotion is reportedly the second largest video sharing website in the world, trailing only YouTube for the top spot. Unfortunately, not everyone has been able to enjoy Dailymotion content on their smartphones up to this point. The lack of Flash support on Windows Phone 7 has prevented users from viewing embedded Dailymotion videos when browsing some of their favorite sites. Thankfully, there’s now a solution to that setback with today’s release of the official Dailymotion app for WP7.
The app’s beautifully designed interface allows users to easily search videos, browse channels by categories, and view featured content. Regular users can also view their own videos, favorites, and subscriptions when logged in. If you’re looking for an app to view popular videos from the Web, you may want to check out the Dailymotion app for free in the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace.