For watching music videos, live performances, and other music-related content, Vevo is arguably the best app on the market.
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Vevo app lets users search for a specific music video or pick a genre station that will stream videos one after the other.
The music video site's latest half-year viewership report shows that for it to build on its area of greatest growth, Vevo's path forward follows a throwback -- a linear channel of videos programmed by humans for TVs.
Vevo is great for watching music videos, live performances, and other music-related content. Here's a closer look.
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