NSC Technologies is offering a free video player that allows users to watch YouTube videos and other videos with no additional ads.
NSC Technology CEO James Bong said the free video streaming service is the most popular one among Android users.
“The videos are free, you can pay $1.99 a month, and the price is based on your network speed,” Bong told Business Insider.
“It’s a very low cost solution that can stream YouTube videos, and it’s not going to take a huge amount of bandwidth.”
Bong said NSC is also offering the feature to Windows Phone and Android users on Windows, Mac and Linux.
The company’s mobile apps have a variety of different types of content, such as video, games, music, news, sports, and other types of media.
“I like it because it’s really fast and it offers lots of options for viewing videos,” Bongs said.
“You can choose to watch videos in high definition or low-definition, and then you can choose the quality.”
Bongs said that video streaming services like Netflix and Hulu are available in the U.S. and Europe.
“If you’re in the United States, Hulu has access to the whole world,” he said.NSC Technologies says its mobile app is free to download, and users can stream videos for free.
Users can also download other apps like the YouTube player and the Newsstand app for free to watch any video.
“We have a number of different features for viewing YouTube videos,” said Bong.
“YouTube is an amazing resource for users, and we hope our new YouTube Player will be an amazing addition to the platform.”
Bondi said he is excited about the new app because it allows users who don’t use an app to watch a lot of video content.
“YouTube is a great resource for watching video,” he told Business Insiders.
“It’s very easy to navigate and it has a huge number of video types, like music videos, documentaries, news videos.”
There are a lot more videos out there now that people have access to, and people are looking for more and more options.
“As soon as YouTube is added to Android, the entire platform will be in a better position to support more video content.”
The video player for Android is the first Android app to offer video streaming features and is available in beta for free in the Google Play store.
Bong has been a YouTube evangelist since launching NSC in 2010.
In his latest post, Bong revealed that NSC has partnered with YouTube to offer its video player to YouTube users in a partnership with the video-sharing service.
YouTube said it will offer its YouTube app to NSC customers through an Android app on its YouTube platform.
Nsc said its YouTube video player allows users the ability to view videos in different formats, including video, music videos and news videos, among others.
Bongs described the feature as “highly customizable,” adding, “You can change it to watch the videos in any resolution, which makes it really customizable.”
Bondsi said users can download the video player from Google Play, and he expects NSC users will soon begin installing the video app on their devices.”NSC is an important player in the ecosystem, because YouTube has a lot going on in the video space, and they are supporting us with our app,” he added.
“We are excited to have them as a partner in the Android ecosystem.”
Bonsi said YouTube is “very important for our platform” and will be important for the company going forward.
“This is the next step in YouTube as a platform for video.”