Watching music videos on your iPad so far has been a hit and miss affair. The best course of action has been shuffling through YouTube and crossing your fingers.
Now, Vevo – which is one of the clearinghouse sites for music videos – has launched a dedicated iPad app, letting those folks who miss their MTV to get their fill with more than 25,000 to choose from.
Vevo hosts works from 7,500 artists and is the main supplier of official videos on YouTube. (This app will let you weed out the fan tributes that can make it hard to find what you’re looking for.) The company also has exclusive videos of live performances and streaming events.
The app comes with the seemingly now requisite social features like finding out which videos are most popular in different geographic regions, sharing with friends and keeping up with artists via Twitter feeds.
The app is a free download. You will, however, have to deal with a few ads amongst the music.