Nintendo Video (Japanese: ニンテンドービデオ, Hepburn: Nintendō Bideo) is a video on demand service for the Nintendo 3DS which streams hand-picked 3D and 2D video content from CollegeHumor, Blue Man Group, Channel Frederator Network and other websites. Previously, the service was available as a separate app that utilized SpotPass, downloading videos to the console's SD card via Wi-Fi Internet access for offline viewing. The Nintendo Video app launched in Australia, Europe, and Japan on the July 13, 2011, with initial videos including Oscar's Oasis and Magic Tricks for the Nintendo 3DS. New content could be automatically downloaded via SpotPass, replacing the old content. The app became available in North America on July 21, 2011. Since June 29, 2015, the app is no longer functional and videos can no longer be downloaded. In the following month, the Nintendo eShop offered most of the videos for streaming on demand, with a total of 164 videos available.