There is no shortage of Android “superphone” out there; new ones are coming out every day. The new generation of Android phones comes with Super AMOLED display, 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, WiMAX connectivity, 4G support, all more than enough to support quality video streaming. Here is a list of apps to help you get started with watching streaming video on the go. Depending on the Android OS your phone is running, you may or may not be able to download some of these apps
Cartube provides one touch access to classic animated cartoons available as YouTube videos. Application has 30 symbols.
eHow Mobile (FREE)
Get the best of eHow.com in the palm of your hand. Check out popular articles and videos on your favorite topics, showcase your accomplishments on the go, see what types of projects others are doing.
How To Videos from Howcast.com (FREE)
Howcast for Android shows you fun, useful how-to videos wherever you are – when you’re out and about or just too lazy to get to your computer. Next time you’re on the go with your Android phone, watch and learn How to Jump Start Your Car, How to Pick a Lock, How to Make a Mojito, or just about anything – all with Howcast.
jetflicks! TV ($1.99)
Streams high quality TV episodes to your Phone! 3G or Wi-fi is required. $9.99 monthly, $19.99 tri-monthly, $29.99 semi-annually, $49.99 annually.
LukLuk Player Streaming (FREE)
Made for G1. Free streaming movies and trailers. Play videos from your SD Card or stream movies. Streaming full movies requires a free registration and a G1 phone.
NFL SuperFan (FREE)
Watch live streams of every NFL SUNDAY TICKET game & the Red Zone Channel (Requires NFL SuperFan subscription). Plus player and team stats, scores and highlight videos from every game. USA customers only, blackout rules apply.
Stream Media Player (FREE)
Stream Media Player is an application that provides the ability to play video from web cameras, watch Internet TV, and play locally stored files.
Enjoy inspiring and edifying TEDTalks from the Technology Entertainment and Design (TED) conferences on your Android phone. TED feeds into a unique user experience. Watch, search, bookmark and listen to the latest videos and audio published by TED (ted.com).
Now you can download all your favorite YouTube videos, right on your phone. Just click on any video link in the browser, or use the built in search (not YouTube app!) and select Download. Presto, the video starts downloading in the background.