VidZone: Streaming Music Video App arrives in the US


As you may have guessed from the title, Vidzone is coming out in the U.S. and PlayStation gamers can access VidZone on their PS3 system for free by installing the VidZone app directly from the TV/Video Services category on the XMB (XrossMediaBar).

The VidZone app can also be found on the PlayStation Store under the Media & Apps category. Supported by major industry labels and more than 7,500 independent labels, the ad-supported VidZone app offers PlayStation music fans a wealth of music videos from the biggest artists including Justin Timberlake, Pink, Chris Brown, David Guetta, and more.

Key features include:

  • Browse a huge catalogue of music videos and compile personalized video playlists. There’s no limit to how many playlists can be created, such as a workout mix or a band’s greatest hits.
  • Watch VidZone TV channels based on personal musical taste, including ‘Hip Hop TV,’ ‘80’s Party TV,’ ‘Rock Legends TV,’ and more.
  • Choose from a huge selection of genre based ‘Zones,’ including ‘Hip-Hop Zone,’ ‘Pop Zone,’ and ‘Rock Zone,’ to find music for every mood or preference. Users can also store their favorite music videos in their very own personal library, ‘My Zone.’
  • Instantly generate artist related playlists with V:Mix. For example, select the artist Justin Timberlake and V:Mix will create a playlist based on JT. Users can press Play to view the entire V:Mix or select a specific Justin Timberlake music video from the list.
  • Share favorite music videos via Facebook or to other VidZone app users.
  • Regular updates to give users access to the latest music videos and a wide variety of all-time classics.

So why not have a look, and let us know what you think of this little app in the comments below.

Written by Chazz Harrington

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