DivX Stash Organizes Your Favorite Web Videos in Playlists

Watch video on mobile is something quite common: that will keeping on mobile, which are broadcast in streaming via the web… In the case of the latter, archiving them is a bit trickier. We have the markers, the playlists.. .but always within a single platform.

Stash, DivX, want to help us precisely this: order our favorite videos in lists, regardless of the page where they are hosted. Something very useful if we’re flower flower jumping from one service to another and do not want to miss anything.

Stash works into two parts. On the one hand an extension for the browser, which allows us to directly send videos to a playlist that you have already created or a new one that we can build upon. We are storing videos.

On the other hand the application, since it can access all these videos regardless of the source. Is not limited, for example, only on YouTube but that can bind with Vimeo, DailyMotion, TED… The only downside is that they come quite a few services that are available only in the United States, like Hulu.

The idea of Stash is pretty good. However, at the level of interface, it is not the most aesthetic and a little more integration with elements of Android would help improve the first impression. The service itself works pretty well, and if we like to see videos of many services is quite useful. That Yes, Stash links. Do not download.

DivX Stash1.0

  • Version of Android: 2.3.3
  • Developer: Rovi
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: free
  • Category: Video