Pixable’s apps help users sort through the deluge of photos that result from multiple photo-sharing services and constant access to smartphone cameras. Now, it’s applying the same concept to video.
The startup is launching two new feeds on Wednesday that show users videos that have been recently posted to Facebook or uploaded to Facebook by their friends.
Both video feeds now appear in the “category” section of Pixable’s browser app and will be added to the iPhone, iPad apps at the end of the summer. One of the feeds is useful for scrolling through the YouTube humor that friends post. The other keeps you up to date on personal videos your friends have created.
Pixable’s photo-sorting categories like “best of the week” or “family photos” operate in a similar manner. All comments, likes and other functions of a regular Facebook video are maintained. Browsing them just becomes a more streamlined process.
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