Qvivo – Unlimited movie, tv and music cloud $1.99/month

Posted Jan 22, 2013 at 3:13 pm in Threads > Apps

Hey fellow android fans. I just found this service called Qvivo and I thought I would share it with you.

Good article about it here http://lifehacker.com/5977689/access-your-media-from-the-cloud-on-any-device-with-qvivo

Basically it lets you upload (or match) all your movies , music etc.

Here’s a list of the supported file types:
Video files: avi, flv, m4v, mkv, mov, mp4, mpg, rm, and wmv.
Music files: aac, aif, flac, m4a, mp3, and wav.

It also uses a similar hash match like dropbox where if someone uploaded a identical file, it will not re-upload it, it will just add that movie or song to your library.

On pc:


  • wes meyers


  • decker

    I am hesitant to consider putting all my media into the cloud. I like the fact that I can own it and control it on my terms. I have a home built media server. Whenever I buy a new dvd I burn it to the server. Then if the kids get a hold of the disk it’s ok. With all the movies, tv, and music I would have to depend on this service and my internet connection to keep things working.

    • http://www.jaxidian.org/update/ jaxidian

      I partially agree with you and partially disagree with you.

      1) Like you, I have a media server. I’m WAY behind in ripping my DVD’s/BluRays/HDDVDs but am slowly working on it.
      2) I would gladly pay $3/mo in order to make everything on my media server be streamable to my phone/laptop when out and about, and unable to access it from my media server. My home bandwidth isn’t good enough (on the uploading end) to stream from my media server over the internet.

      Also, I’d LOVE to have an online backup of my media server. I’m not sure if this service can allow that to happen or not (i.e. a full download of all of my media) but that would be great! Sure, it might take a month or two to download it all, but still, that’s better than losing it!

  • http://www.jaxidian.org/update/ jaxidian

    I want to know more about this service. If I upload (or match via hash) a 2GB HD movie, will I later be able to download the entire thing or just stream it? Same question with MP3s and all other media?

    If that’s a “yes”, then I think I’m definitely subscribing!

  • http://mihai.discuta-liber.com/ tmihai20

    How about country support? It sounds really nice, I am more worried about that and privacy than about the service itself.