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zocial.tv – Access the content of the videos that are turning the most on Twitter and Facebook

zocial.tv - Access the content of the videos that are turning the most on Twitter and Facebook

Zocial.tv is an application that allows you to access the content of the YouTube videos that are being shared the most on Twitter and Facebook.

It works in real time and the videos are ordered correlatively according to their most recent virality, and not according to the number of reproductions or the number of times they have been shared. The most interesting thing is that these are arranged in different categories such as: animals, cars, comedy, education, entertainment, cinema, games, howto, music, news, non-profit institutions, people, shows, sports, technology and travel.

In each case, you can access the 35 most viewed videos of the day, yesterday, the week and the month. Each of them is accompanied by its duration, a little background information – not always enough – and a reference on the number of times it has been shared.

The application does not require registration. In turn, each video can continue to be shared through Twitter, Facebook or Myspace, which contributes to the content continuing to change.

In short, a very simple application to keep up to date with the videos that are circulating the most among Internet users around the world; Although, to make the recent virality of the documents prevail over any other criterion, it seems to us, from the outset, somewhat poor.

zocial.tv – Access the content of the videos that are turning the most on Twitter and Facebook

zocial.tv - Access the content of the videos that are turning the most on Twitter and Facebook

Zocial.tv is an application that allows you to access the content of the YouTube videos that are being shared the most on Twitter and Facebook.

It works in real time and the videos are ordered correlatively according to their most recent virality, and not according to the number of reproductions or the number of times they have been shared. The most interesting thing is that these are arranged in different categories such as: animals, cars, comedy, education, entertainment, cinema, games, howto, music, news, non-profit institutions, people, shows, sports, technology and travel.

In each case, you can access the 35 most viewed videos of the day, yesterday, the week and the month. Each of them is accompanied by its duration, a little context information – not always enough – and a reference on the number of times it has been shared.

The application does not require registration. In turn, each video can continue to be shared through Twitter, Facebook or Myspace, which contributes to the content continuing to change.

In short, a very simple application to keep up to date with the videos that are circulating the most among Internet users around the world; Although, to make the recent virality of the documents prevail over any other criterion, it seems to us, from the outset, somewhat poor.