San Antonio, TX (PressExposure) July 28, 2014 -- One multimedia developer from San Antonio brings his "VideoJuke" project to Kickstarter.
After sever rounds of coding, he has created a sleek and functional design that will work easy for touch screens.
VideoJuke lets you stream YouTube videos straight to your Android or IOS device. The app can search by artist, genre, keyword or category to find videos to suit your mood. Add as many videos as you want and delete them easily with the tap of a finger. VideoJuke was Bluetooth tested while driving 50 miles, the result, no buffering.
VideoJuke allows you to create great playlists without owning or downloading all the music! And you can email your saved playlists to a friend.
It's a project he's very excited about. However, "As recent college graduate, student loans limit my ability to fund the project myself. Therefore I have taken my idea to Kickstarter.com in an attempt to raise $500 in 30 days.
Kickstarter campaigns operate under an "all-or-nothing" funding model so if the VideoJuke project doesn't reach its goal at the end of 30 days then it might be years before you'll see it on the market. To follow their project, be sure to find VideoJuke on Twitter (@videojuke) and Facebook and spread the word to your social media networks. Consider donating as little as $1 to help their project come to life. If you decide to donate more, you might be among the first in the world to get a YouTube Powered Jukebox that you may use anywhere.
If you'd like more information about the VideoJuke Project, or if you'd like to schedule an interview with Elias please email firstname.lastname@example.org or send them a tweet @videojuke.
Elias Lee Gil Jr. studied Multimedia (AAS) at ITT Technical Institute and currently works as a Training Multimedia Specialist for Peer1 Hosting in greater San Antonio. He is a two-time American Advertising Federation Addy Awards, a NTHS Alumni, and a published in the National Dean's List, and the National Chancellors List.
His technical design skills, entrepreneurial savvy, and experience in the interactive applications makes him great enough to tackle the challenge of bringing VideoJuke into the world.
Watch the video and read all the features built in to the app. Check out the Kickstarter Project, Twitter, and the Facebook page too.