Vevo is great for watching music videos, live performances, and other music-related content. Here's a closer look.
Right from the get-go, Vevo hits you with the hottest videos in rotation. From here, you can either run a search or browse through artists.
From the search results screen, you can quickly add videos to your playlist, purchase songs, or play a video.
Most of the videos on Vevo are available in HD. If your connection is weak, though, you can easily switch to medium- or low-quality playback to ease the burden on your device.
Similar to what MTV used to be, Vevo TV offers round-the-clock music videos, broken down into hour-long, genre-based programs.
If you're not sure what video you're looking for, try browsing through Vevo's lists of popular and newly added artists.
Vevo Shows offer collections of videos relating to artists or events. Check out the Grammy show to see performances, red-carpet footage, and even acceptance speeches.
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