Discover And Collect The Best Videos From All Over The Web With Magma


Magma gives you a way to discover, collect, share, and comment on videos from all across the Web.  It’s in private beta as of now, but I got an invite and took it for a spin this morning.  So far, I really like what I see.


When you first log into your account, you’ll see the top rated videos followed by the newest added to the site.  Videos are rated by their presence on the Web – meaning how many views and comments it’s received and the attention surrounding it.  You can add any video you like to your own channel and organize them by adding them to categories.  Available channels at the moment include Hulu, Dailymotion, Digg, Vimeo, YouTube, and CollegeHumor.  That just names a few.


You can follow channels and people on Magma, so you’ll always know when there’s new content to watch.  One of the coolest features is that each video has its own page that shows you total views and comments from all across the Web.  This allows you to view detailed statistics of each video.  You can also comment on this page as well.


To see Magma in action, watch the screencast below (Best viewed in HD in full screen):

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