As smartphones and tablets continue on a speedy upward growth path, it’s only natural that more and more people are using their phones and tablets to watch the NCAA division one tournament. ComScore is calling this years tournament season “March Multi Screen Madness”.
Mobile is accounting for 20% of all online viewing of tournament coverage and games. That is more than double share of views of non-sports content using non PC devices. ComScore reports that on the first Thursday of the tournament (March 15th) sports related traffic went up to 79%. Traffic for other web content fell 2%
At CE Week NY we had time to catch up with Oovoo. What is OOvoo? Think Tiny Chat for multiple platforms including Web, PC, Android, Mac, and iOS.
Oovoo allows people to video chat, video conference, on the go whether on wifi, 3G, or 4G. You can chat with one person or multiple people and it doesn’t matter what device they are on. Popular video chat application FaceTime requires an iOS device or OSX device and a wifi connection to video chat.
Oovoo has a free plan, free app and premium plans available based on how many people you are regularly going to use the service with. You can have up to 3 people video chatting on oovoo.com for free.