March 12th 2013 11:25 am PT

VEVO App Gets Update on Xbox


Today, the VEVO app on Xbox LIVE is the recipient of a cool update that introduces VEVO TV, an always-on broadcast-style music and video channel for Xbox LIVE subscribers* in the U.S. and Canada. Tune in 24/7 for live concerts, artist interviews and video premieres from the most popular artists. The update includes VEVO’s exclusive and original music shows, allowing viewers to watch content live or through a “watch it later” button.

*Xbox LIVE Gold subscription and/or additional subscriptions/fees may be required and sold separately. Kinect functionality available with select Xbox LIVE content and varies by feature and country. For additional details and availability, see http://www.xbox.com/live.

Xbox 360, Xbox Live By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • Reinier Martinez

    That’s pretty awesome Larry, thanks for the update! :D

  • Vince

    How about an update to Internet Explorer app with flash

  • fsdfg dsfds

    How about updating max number of friends on live, wasnt that one of the reason xbox1 live was shut down, yet still nothing…

  • Angry Consumer

    html5 is used in the 360 IE that is why you can see some videos on youtube

    • PSN_IS_GARBAGE

      Hey Angry, what exactly is HTML5? Just wondering if you could explain more in detail. Are you saying that only some videos work on youtube? I have only tried launching the site from IE on xbox once and I watched 2 videos back to back and they worked, I really didn’t try to see if they worked all the time though.
      Let me know if you can, thanks man!

  • http://twitter.com/toohats toohats

    I’m really glad we get Vevo. One of my friends would love it, but he can’t get it on his Roku. To bad for him. (He needs a Xbox.)

  • mike

    Why not just use youtube app its easier anyhow

    • PSN_IS_GARBAGE

      Oh I do and you’re right it is easier.. only problem really is how often it gets frozen while trying to buffer.

  • https://live.xbox.com/MyXbox/Profile?gamertag=DarkGin87 Lee Rayson (DarkGin87)

    It probably not flash that making the video work but that the video is using HTML5

 
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