Viddsee launches app for Asian short films

Victor Barreiro Jr.
The Viddsee mobile app, now available on iOS, lets users pick from a curated weekly selection of Asian movies and short films
VIDDSEE ON IOS. Image from Viddsee.

MANILA, Philippines – Viddsee launched Thursday, November 13, an application for its platform for Asian movies and short films. 

The native mobile app, now available on iOS, lets users pick from a curated weekly selection of Asian movies, such as titles from the Philippines, Indonesia, and Thailand. It also allows users to move through the curated list by swiping.

VIDDSEE ON IOS. Users can swipe to check out new curated films or check out details on a particular movie. Images from Viddsee.

Viddsee uses “queue” and “watch offline” modes, whereby smart WiFi technology lets the app automatically download shorter films when it detects a WiFi connection. This lets users save on mobile data charges.

“These features address our users’ needs, as over 40% of them access our platform daily for high-quality short films and entertainment from Asia. We designed this app for mobile users who are typically restricted to data connectivity and accessibility,” said Viddsee cofounder Derek Tan.

Viddsee is available on the iOS app store. – Rappler.com

Victor Barreiro Jr.

Victor Barreiro Jr is part of Rappler's Central Desk. An avid patron of role-playing games and science fiction and fantasy shows, he also yearns to do good in the world, and hopes his work with Rappler helps to increase the good that's out there.