A YouTube video by the lankybox team, showing us what the lankybox app on the iPhone and iPad looks like.
One of the most important things about an app is that it needs to work on mobile devices that don’t have the same limitations that we do. lankybox is already available on the Apple App Store, and while it isn’t perfect (it has problems with its battery life, for example), it’s a great first step.
lankybox will be available on Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, and Palm devices. It’s currently in a closed beta testing phase on iPhone.
I’ve been telling people I’ve never used the lankybox app before, and that it looks like a little bit of a joke. I’ve used it on a number of different media. Some of the media are a lot more mobile than others and this is probably my favorite media which I’ve used.
lankybox is a very simple video player that lets you quickly play back a number of video clips. Ive found the app to be very easy to use, easy to understand, and very easy to learn. Its pretty fast, as the name suggests, and Ive had trouble with lankybox crashing on me, but I can’t really remember what Ive done that has caused lankybox to crash.
I’ve found out that it’s actually a better app than the popular player Youtube. When looking at the videos I’ve been using it for, it seems like the app has worked well for me. Ive been playing with it and it’s a nice little thing, however.
Like most apps, it’s made with flash, but lankybox is really just a simple, well laid out web app. As long as you have flash installed, it should be fairly easy to use. Ive found that most of the time, the app works well, but there are a few times when lankybox fails to load, and you have to restart it to load something.