Keeping up with all your friends’and followers’ video updates on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube can be tough. Often interspersed with other, non-video posts, scattered throughout your different feeds it’s easy to miss a great new video. Real time social video platform Frequency is here to help, taking all the video from your Facebook, Twitter and YouTube feeds and streaming it together in one easy to view feed.
How does it work? All you have to do is create an account at Frequency.com, or just log-in with Facebook. Easily link your Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts to your profile and within minutes you’ll have a customized video stream made up of all the videos that you and your friends have posted to these popular social networks.
In addition to watching your own social video feed on Frequency you can also follow and watch hundreds of other free video channels on topics ranging from Art to Business, Celebrity, Music, News, Fashion and more. They’ve also got a variety of Viral Video channels, which I am especially fond of, including a reddit ‘What’s Hot’ channel and a YouTube ‘Most Viewed Today’channel (pictured below). As you can see from the screenshot, each channel represents a live feed of videos and you can click to watch and share them on Facebook or Twitter. Users can also create their own channels to share with the public.
Frequency also serves as a social network, in which you can follow different users and be followed yourself. When you follow a user or channel, their videos are added to your video feed as well, in addition to videos that you and your friends have posted to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. It’s just like Twitter, but entirely made up of video posts. Personally, I think it’s a pretty swell service. Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think!