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Video sharing platform Dailymotion has updated its Android app to usher in a fresh new design and layout designed to make it easier to use and to offer better support for tablet users.
The updated app was announced today and is available to download for free. As well as introducing light and dark themes and an overall fresh lick of paint, the company promises the video player and sync functionality is now faster and more stable than it previously was, and that it’s easier to keep everything organized using the new navigation drawer.
Additionally, the app also now offers full video and search history, the option to sign in/up via Facebook and support for the KitKat build of Android. Dailymotion also has an app available for iOS devices, but this hasn’t been updated since October last year.
➤ Dailymotion | Google Play | iOS
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