Everything is going mobile these days, and Vimeo knows it cannot be one of “the big players” without offering a great mobile experience. This is the reason why Vimeo just launched its newly redesigned mobile site with full focus on full screen video playback.
The guys at Vimeo wanted users to be able to enjoy a great video experience, no matter where they are. With the new design, they did just that: full screen videos with little to no distractions.
[quote]The old mobile version of our site, though, tried to do a bit too much — it bit off more cookies than it could cache. That’s why we’re busting out an all-new mobile version of vimeo.com. It knows it can’t do it all, but what it does do, it does well.[/quote]
Of course, what you see is far from being the only improvements Vimeo brought to the new mobile site. On top of a “bajilion things under the hood” to make the site much faster and 4G-friendly, Vimeo also brought a great new feature: Watch Later will let you like videos and save them, even if you have not logged in!
Finally, the new mobile site also comes with a selection of recommendations after you’ve watched a video, so you won’t have to search for what you will want to see next.
Founded in 2004, Vimeo has more than 30 million registered members to date, and claims a monthly reach of 170 million people.
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