by Joe White
June 18, 2013
The fun video discovery service Squrl has updated its app to version 3.0, adding a new "flat" redesign, enabling comments for videos, and improving the application's recommendations feature. In addition, Squrl now offers users of the app more video content, and iDevice owners also have the option of "unliking" a video they've given the thumbs-up to accidentally. Barely one year has passed since Squrl launched a refreshed, updated iPhone app in the App Store, however it would appear that the unveiling of Apple's all-new iOS 7 has persuaded the application's developer to unfurl another redesign (as with the Citymapper app). Squrl 3.0 now offers a white, minimalistic interface in which users can swipe through rows of videos. The ability to search for videos within Squrl is still granted, and iDevice owners continue to be provided with the option of accessing videos housed in a number of different categories. Further features, as outlined in the app's release notes, include:
Currently, Squrl is available to download in the App Store free of charge, and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Check out version 3.0 of the application now, or for more of today's app news, see: Bookmark Places For Later With The Sleek Capsule, MPme Radio Now Includes Live Recommendations And More, and Today's Apps Gone Free: Random Heroes 2, Vintaframe Pro, Our To Do List And More.
- Comment on and reply to video messages from your friends
- Improved Recommendations
- More content from your favorite video providers
- Unlike videos using a new edit mode in the Liked section