There is no denying that the Apple iPad is a beautiful device, the beautiful 9.7-inch high-resolution display makes iPad a decent device for watching video, but we cannot hide from the fact that it lacks storage for housing large video collections. So what if the Apple iPad owners who simply want to watch some video content right now?
Do you have some problem when watching videos on iPad? No worries, Ive got a round top 7 best iPad apps for watching video, to help you watch your favorite televisions shows and movies to the utmost.
Netflix App – Top 1 video watching iPad apps
Netflix is probably the coolest iPad apps for watching videos and TV shows. The official Netflix app is free, and allows regular Netflix subscribers to manage their DVD and streaming queues. It allows you to stream the same shows and movies available online.
ABC App – Top 2 video watching iPad apps
The ABC player is the next best iPad apps for watching video. The app is easy to navigate either by show, or in the super-convenient calendar view and the video quality is crystal clear. We tried it out and this video watching iPad apps looks great and works well, at least over WiFi.
YouTube App – Top 3 video watching iPad apps
The iPad’s built-in YouTube App for iPad is largely a scaled up and bigger-screen version of the iPhone app, and it works exactly like you would expect YouTube to work. Searching for videos is simple, and the interface is easy to use via touch screen.
Air Video App – Top 4 video watching iPad apps
Air Video enables you to stream video (converting it on-the-fly, if necessary) from your Mac or PC. The main limitation of this iPad apps is that it’s free version only shows a few items(randomly selected) from each folder or playlist.
Hulu App – Top 5 video watching iPad apps
Hulu doesn’t yet offer its own app, although one is rumored to be in the works for Hulu’s long-rumored subscription service. Once this hits, we think the iPad will truly have access to most of the TV and movie content that people want to watch on a daily basis.
Ustream App – Top 6 video watching iPad apps
Ustream is another popular service for watching live videos on the iPad. The company plans to bring its Ustream Viewer app to the iPad, offering functionality similar to its existing iPhone application. Users will be able to browse live streams and then interact with them via Ustreams chat and social stream features.
Flixster App – Top 7 video watching iPad apps
Flixster shows you movie times at your local theaters and lets you buy tickets. It also shows ratings from Rotten Tomatoes and lets you play trailers for upcoming films. Sometimes it can be annoying, like when it pops up an advert for a film that you have to dismiss before you can use the app.