This app is pretty straightforward. You can watch music videos and interviews of artists. As the description states Vevo is available in the following countries: United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Italy, New Zealand, Spain, and United Kingdom. You can login with your Facebook id and Vevo will scan your profile and create a list of artists you are interested in. The home screen is a scroll of popular music videos. When you access a video you have the option to share it on Facebook, add it to a playlist or get more information. You can also search for artists as well. If they are on tour you will get a small label notifying you. The video quality is excellent and buffering is a minimum.
If you have friends who are using Vevo you can look at their playlists. If they don’t have any playlists it tells you to bug them to share. It would be nice if they had a messaging feature like Spotify does to facilitate “bugging” them. Another interesting feature is the music maps. By using your current location this app will try to tell you what songs are popular in your area. Vevo also has a section called shows. There doesn’t seem to be a format to these. Artists get about five minutes to do a performance.
Vevo feels like a polished app. It has gone through a lot of revisions and bug fixes. The majority of the user base loves this app, although a few people have had issues with viewing videos. My only complaints about this app is that there isn’t an iPad version. It would also be nice if this app rotated. When exploring music you’re stuck in portrait mode and when watching videos you are in landscape mode. If you love music videos this is a must have app for your iPod/iPhone.