In a simple words and as main functionality Veedio lets users to upload their videos from thier mobile phones to social networks such as Facebook, MySpace and YouTube as well.
Operators can easily deploy value added 3G-to-web video services such as instant video uploading, creation of private video-chat rooms and video-centric mobile marketing.
Veedio as a tool enhances current social network and video-sharing Web site communication by injecting instant mobile-to-Web video communication in personal network platforms. Veedio enables user-generated video and location-based VAS services in real time using video call technology.
As a 3G enabled service tool, users also can initiate real-time audio and video communication with other 3G mobile users or SNC Web users via a video call—anywhere, anytime. Users only need a 3G enabled phone and no software installation is needed.
How to Use: Users simply place a video call to a designated number to initiate the service. From that moment they start recording and streaming live video instantly to the SNC or video-share Web site. Users record video streams and select one or several SNC or video-sharing Web sites to instantly publish their video.
The service can be useful for Indian consumers as well, as the 3G spectrum is set to auctioned in almost all major cities in India and by February 27, almost 12 cities in India will get 3G mobile telephony services to get started, most recent one is Chennai.