VEVO Review


VEVO is an online music video streaming service that caters to the music lover by making it easy to stream music videos from all  genres right on the TV. VEVO is the Hulu of music videos, and it’s one of the biggest video services on the web with over 45,000 videos currently available, not counting additional behind-the-scenes footage, artist interviews, and live performances. By signing in to VEVO with your Facebook account, the site can offer you a more personalized experience with personal playlists and recommendations based off you and your friends’ likes.

What We Liked

  • VEVO Music Video Player ReviewSomething For Everyone—there is truly something for everyone on VEVO, whether you love rap or prefer the soothing sounds of jazz, you’ll find it here an VEVO is always adding on to the content that they provide to their customers
  • Easy—VEVO’s user interface is easy to navigate so finding all of your favorite music videos and setting up playlists will be a snap
  • iTunes Sync—15 seconds is all VEVO needs to look through your iTunes music library and automatically create a playlist for you with music videos based off of what’s in your personal music collection
  • Supported Devices—VEVO can be enjoyed on a wide variety of devices, so you can enjoy the music you want when you want it

What We Didn’t Like

  • Censorship—music videos from VEVO are censored to block out an explicit content (this is done to keep VEVO appropriate for all users and be family friendly)
  • Limited Playlists—while users used to be limited to 75 videos in a playlist, in February 2012 a new version of VEVO launched with unlimited playback

What Hardware is This Available On?

Who is This Recommended For?

  • Anyone who loves music, no matter what the genres
  • Anyone who is tired of paying a huge cable bill just to enjoy their favorite music videos
  • Anyone who wants to enjoy their favorite music videos while on the go


  • Free no matter how many videos you watch


  • High speed internet access
  • Computer or other supported device

[Image Credits: VEVO]

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