Dailymotion is partnering with French app developer Joshfire to create a service for the United States market that lets content creators design and create free video apps for the iOS, Android, smart televisions and the web.
The Joshfire Factory on Dailymotion platform masks the complex tasks of app coding and programming and lets creators add their Dailymotion library, social media feeds, and customize their layout to their apps. Independent record label Luaka Bop, founded by new wave musician David Byrne, is one of the first users in the United States to use the Dailymotion dashboard and features music videos from their artists.
Neil Gladstone, Dailymotion US vice president of content, said in a statement: “The Joshfire Factory on Dailymotion brings our brands, partners and Motionmakers a powerful tool to easily build, publish and actively update video apps. Extending this service to the US market will continue expanding our multi-platform offering and robust technical capabilities for the global video market.”
Using the Joshfire Factory service is free, although first-time developers will have to pay a $100 activation to publish an app for iOS and $25 for Android devices.
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