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If you’re addicted to music videos you’re probably an avid YouTube viewer and are familiar with Vevo, which is much like Youtube, and even has a channel on the site.
For those of you who aren’t in the loop, Vevo is basically a music video streaming service which primarily serves up content from some of the biggest american labels including Sony Music Entertainment, EMI and Universal Music Group.
A lot of the music videos on Vevo are actually region-locked but if you’re in a supported region, the service lets you discover new music and artists, share your passions and be the first to see exclusive video releases and live concerts.
If you have an Android phone or tablet, getting Vevo is now easier than ever with the dedicated Vevo Android app. The app lets you stream your favorite music videos in high quality resolutions via 3G and 4G networks apart from standard Wifi connections.
The Vevo Android app also benefits from voice search and social sharing integration, making your music streaming experience all the more seamless. You can also adjust the quality of your stream according to your network’s speed and choose between low, medium and high quality video.
Vevo also scans your existing music library and starts recommending music that you are most likely to enjoy according to your tastes and preferences. If you aren’t sure what you want to play you can also watch Vevo TV, which is basically a hand-curated music video channel for HD entertainment.
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If you are running into issues with Vevo not available in your country, there are ways around that too. The simplest way is to use a VPN service, like the one in our guide for watching Hulu & Netflix outside the US.
Meanwhile, you should head over to the Google Play Store link below to download the Vevo Android app. We would also love to get your feedback on the app, so feel free to comment below.