Get started with Vodio

When you first fire up the app, take a moment to mark some of your interests so Vodio can create the appropriate channels for you. Read full review
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4 stars

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Get social

To get the most of Vodio, try signing in to your social accounts. Doing so helps the app to better recommend and categorize videos. Read full review
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4 stars

Free

More white space, please

I wouldn't call Vodio's main interface ugly, but it does looked cramped, with the text overlays and all of the images pushed together. Read full review
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4 stars

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Channel dock

The pull-up dock on the bottom of the screen is your primary navigation. Here, you can swipe through your different channels or add new ones. Read full review
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4 stars

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Side menu

While it's not your main navigation, the sliding panel on the left leads to Preferences and a few other app options. Read full review
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4 stars

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A truly custom experience

The best part about Vodio is that it lets you customize your channel lineup. You can pick from over 100 categories and sources to add to your dock. Read full review
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4 stars

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Search

If you're looking for something specific, try running a search. You can then create a channel directly from a search result. In fact, Vodio does this automatically, which can be annoying if that's not your intent. Read full review
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4 stars

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