RealPlayer Cloud wants to be your go-to app for watching, storing, and sharing video

RealPlayer Cloud wants to be your go-to app for watching, storing, and sharing video

RealPlayer Cloud is a new way to store, find, and share videos. Rather than simply holding videos like a service such as Dropbox might, video is the singular focus of RealPlayer Cloud, and it plays multiple formats on desktops and mobile devices.

Once you upload a video to RealPlayer Cloud, you can view it anywhere. The universal app for iOS devices has sections for recent videos, your videos, collections, sharing, and web videos. You can share video through email, Messages, Facebook, and Twitter. To share, hit the share button in the top right corner of a section, tap Share, then select your desired videos, tap the button at the bottom of the screen, and pick your service of choice. You can also share them directly with another device if is compatible with RealPlayer.

The menu screen, accessed by tapping the hamburger menu in the top left corner, helps you manage your account. You can take and upload a video by tapping the camera button, sign in and out of your account, visit the app settings, and see how much space you have. Settings lets you control your network settings, background upload, and device sharing along with video quality. Free Realplayer cloud accounts have 2GB of space, but if you need more, you can upgrade to RealPlayer Cloud 25, which gives you 25GB of video storage for $49.99 per year.

If you share a lot of videos, you might consider giving RealPlayer Cloud a shot.

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is a news reporter for iMore. He's also chilling out and having a sandwich.

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Galley says:

I've been using this for several months, and it works well. The recipient of your video doesn't require any special software.

asuperstarr says:

This sounds like a pretty good product! Thanks for sharing!

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ralphtweety says:

RealPlayer it still around?! I never could get on board with their desktop product. 2 GB free for media?! That's really not very useful for even 10 or 15 minutes of high-quality MP4. Oh well, maybe they will inspire some competition from some better providers.