Wibbitz: Watch your latest news as video summaries
By Wibbitz Ltd.
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Bite-Sized news that talks to you!
Wibbitz provides a new way to consume content from your favorite news outlets. Wibbitz will automatically generate a video summary as well as a text summary so you can get updated on the top headlines in no-time.
Video summaries will tell you the story using real-time video footage, beautiful images, voice and infographics for key points of information like: Locations, quotes, sports scores, dates, stock trends and much more!
All of the trending stories will automatically get professionally narrated to give you the highest quality viewing and listening experience.
Can't watch the video? Just swipe up the summary card to get an exceptionally clear reading experience. Wibbitz automatically extracts and highlights key points in the text like quotes and matches relevant images.
Wibbitz is the new way to get your news through an easy, informative and exciting experience.
IN THE PRESS:
• Techcrunch: “With Echoes Of Summly And Siri, Wibbitz Relaunches Its Text-To-Video Service As A Consumer App.”
• Wired: “Wibbitz is a "Summly for video" that transforms any article into a one to two- minute video, extracting the salient points from the text...”
• CNN Money: "But what you don’t often see is a product like Wibbitz that’s so far ahead it could disrupt an industry...”
• Bloomberg: “Wibbitz fills a hole that traditional media has been trying to fill and the accuracy is amazing.”
Let us know what you think at: email@example.com
Publisher? contact us to convert your own articles into videos at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What's New in Version 3.5
- Bug Fixes
A kind of apps thats i need when it comes to the news effective powerful thanks guys keep it up
I wanna like it
I really wanted to like this app but it crashes every time I use it. Now when it crashes the streams stop playing so it's now no different than any other print news app.