Wandoujia, or SnapPea, the Chinese mobile app and in-app search service, launched today video search for iOS. Since 2010, the company has made available, apart from native apps, in-app content, video, music, game, e-book and wallpaper, searchable on Android.

The newly released video search for iOS has aggregated 2.45 million videos, and, like that on Android, users can play videos without leaving Wandoujia.

Users are able to play the video, save it for offline viewing, or subscribe to it if it is a drama series.
Users are able to choose from sources for video play.

More than 100 million Wandoujia users have used the video search and video views reached over one billion since the video search for Android was launched in September 2013, according to the company.

Wandoujia claims its service, mobile app and PC-based phone content manager, has had more than 410 million installs, with an average of 800,000 added daily. Earlier this year the company raised a huge round of funding led by Softbank and  later joined by Goldman Sachs.

Tracey Xiang

Tracey Xiang is Beijing, China-based tech writer. Reach her at traceyxiang@gmail.com

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