Vevo has given its desktop experience a new look, with bigger videos and the same kind of recommendations found on its mobile apps. The total UI overhaul keeps videos front and center -- there's an animated carousel up top, with new releases, top videos, playlists and genres below.
You don't need a Vevo account to watch videos, but if you do sign up there's a simple on boarding process where the site asks your favorite genres and artists. Like with mobile, going through that process will help Vevo figure out what to recommend going forward in a section called "Spotlight."
Behind the scenes, Vevo has ditched Flash and replaced it with HTML5. It also phased out Vevo TV, the company's concept for curated 24-hour video channels. Fans wanting a nonstop stream of videos can still find them within the site's playlists feature.