MANNHEIMER ALUGHA GMBH BELONGS TO THE SELECTED EMBED.LY PROVIDERS

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Alugha makes life easier for users! Videos, photos and posts can be easily embedded. The Mannheimer Alugha GmbH is one of the 455 enterprises, which belongs world-wide to the selected group of the Embed.ly Provider. Alugha has been accepted as selected provider on Embed.ly this week. Embed.ly makes it on the URL (the address, which is used to surf on the Internet) possible - to convert Rich Media contents - like pictures, videos, links and HTML-codes - into an embeddable object structure, without having to install a special BBCode or a Plugin. All you need to do is copy and paste the link to the alugha video. The videos can then be viewed directly on the corresponding page without opening the original alugha website. For example, users no longer have to leave the site to see videos posted on LinkedIn. The videos are displayed there in thumbnail format. This works for all articles on LinkedIn and other profile pages, but not for articles created with Front End Engineering Design (Feed) Depending on the provider, users will be forwarded directly to the player, or the thumbnail will be displayed first, which must be clicked to load the player. Alugha now works on Linkedin, Medium, Reddit, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Livefire, Disqus, Coursera, Memrise, DuckDuckGo, Trello, Kippt, Udemy, Airbnb, Tumblr and Asana. A complete list can be found at: https://embed.ly/providers Alugha is Swahili and literally means "one language". The family business has made this meaning its mission. Alugha GmbH was founded in April 2014 by Bernd Korz and Gregor Greinert in Mannheim. Korz is supported by his family and a team of 31 employees and freelancers. More information at alugha.com

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