Beachfront Builder Makes Creating Video Content Apps Easy as Pie

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bill-swift - June 27, 2012

If you've got a lot of video content to serve up to an audience but just don't have the means or capacity to create your own mobile app for it, then you're in luck, because Beachfront Builder is here.

It's a next-generation app creater that will whip up an app for your video content in minutes. It's not limited to the iDevices like the iPhone, iPod, or iPad either because it's all set and ready to deploy apps for the Kindle Fire and for devices that run on Android.

Aside from being a handy tool to create the app in the first place, it can also be used to monetize the app as well as track videos plays and views in one setting. Here's how it works: videos can be brought in to the builder by linking it with online video hosting services that currently host the user's content, such as: Brightcove, Ooyala, Kaltura, Real Gravity, YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion, and Custom MRSS.

Once linked, the app to be developed can be customized with a unique look, set up for monetization, and they deployed by submitting it to various app stores.

Apps are the new beachfront properties for video providers. With Beachfront Builder, we are providing a whole suite of mobile video management tools that empower video publishers to reach their audiences, wherever they chose.

-- Frank Sinton, CEO and Founder of Beachfront Media

If this sounds like something you could use, head on over to their site and hit them up for a Beta invite to get first access to the tool.

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