Pros and Cons
- many good-looking videos
- daily updating
- free trial
- mostly nonexclusive content
- some navigational issues
- no photo sets
Xphonia sounds like some distant planet in a B-movie sci-fi film, where everyone has mobile phones and they watch porn on them. You know what another word for the planet could be? Earth!
We are a planet where much of the population is equipped with a mobile phone (a growing number of which are of the "smart" variety) and more and more we are watching porn on them. And Xphonia is yet another place to go watch all that porn. The content is mostly nonexclusive and has been licensed from various studios, which means a small fraction is exclusive, so I'll throw them a few points for offering unique porn.
Signing into the site on your smartphone, you will be presented with a site that looks very much like most other mobile sites you might have checked out. I am not complaining, though. It is simple to use and easy enough to find the porn. Although my one issue (and it is often a problem with mobile sites) is that there are lots of pages of content, but no way to jump ahead besides going one page at a time, in order.
And when I say lots of pages, I'm not kidding. There are over 52,972 videos on the site and 20-30 DVDs worth of content get added to the overall collection every day. Thankfully, there are a few ways in which you can browse it all. You can go through all the DVDs from which the scenes are taken, check out the categories or select a pornstar or studio to narrow down your search.
There aren't any photo sets, but the scenes come with a couple of thumbnails to help you decide what movie you want to watch. To view a flick, you just need tap the "play now" button and the streaming player on your device will load up and the porn will start. The vids looked average to good on my phone.
Well, that's pretty much it, folks. If you have been looking for a site to sign up with for all your on-the-go porn needs, then Xphonia might just fill the bill. The amount and variety of content is impressive, as is the updating. I was, however, hoping for better-looking movies (especially given that they have an HD symbol in their banner).