Mobile upstart Moblyng — whose software lets you send chunks of your MySpace profile, etc. to your friends’ mobile phones — is doing something smart with all that stuff: It’s taking the most popular mainstream videos, slideshows, and photos, and turning it into a mobile Web site (m.moblyng.com).
What’s there? The sort of stuff you’d expect to find on the “most popular” page at YouTube: Pussycat Dolls, the “Dark Knight” trailer, “babes” section, etc.
A good idea. Few people are watching mobile video, but if they do, we think short, amusing videos are what mobile surfers will be most interested in watching — versus long-form, paid subscription services. Moblyng’s site will work on a wide variety of phones, from Apple (AAPL) iPhones to Motorola (MOT) Razrs, and is free, provided you subscribe to a mobile data plan.
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