At Frequency users create their very own channel for collecting and sharing video from across the web. Frequency provides several options for collecting video, each with their own benefits. Users can add their favorite websites for watching videos by adding the sources to their channel. Frequency then pulls all video from those sources and makes them available on a single channel. Along with video from other websites, Frequency can connect with other accounts to pull videos from your friends’ YouTube, Twitter and Facebook accounts. The broadest way of retrieving videos of interest is via topics selection. By choosing topics, Frequency will pull relevant video from a variety of sources and feed them directly to a user’s channel.
Think of Frequency as a way of gathering video from all the different places we watch and placing them in one simple channel customized specifically for each individual. No more bouncing from site to site or searching endlessly for topic based video, Frequency does all the work.
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