YouTube is a video sharing website. It contains so many different videos of almost every genre and they are totally free to access. You don’t need to pay, but if you sign up as a user, you will be able to access some of the premium videos they have. There are so many different channels that users can subscribe to ranging from movie trailers, game reviews, highlights from the latest sports happenings and so much more. Not being connected to YouTube would mean missing out on so much that is happening all over.
There are several hundreds of people who want the luxury of surfing YouTube directly from their desktop rather than accessing the website every single time. Now, they can have this facility. Uvlayer is the application that will help them with this. This is a Adobe Air desktop app that allows users to search and watch YouTube videos from the desktop. The app is laid out in a canvas-style and the videos are treated like objects which you can stack together, fan out randomly and move around here and there.
This app allows users to create playlists in different styles than we’re used to. The interface is really different as usual, giving it a nice touch and works tremendously. You can create groups four your videos, share them on different social networks and so much more.
If you’re not willing to run this Adobe Air-based desktop app than you can just go to the website and access it from there. All your videos, playlists, stacks etc would all by synced with your account straight from the desktop app and vice versa.