The top 5 new app to make, share and watch videos
From Apple to GoPro Clips Quik five apps to package and view the best movies for sharing via message or social network
If today Facebook, Messenger and YouTube are the three most downloaded applications on the App Store history with millions of users a day, nothing prohibits new startups dream undermine them and become the new queens of the world social or video editing.
Thousands of new apps make their debut every day: some fail immediately, others have an initial boom but fail to ride the wave, and only very few are able to establish itself as a player in the market.
What is certain is that the future of the company can not be separated from the video, now considered a form of communication for excellence in the world of the Internet: all major app messaging have an internal tool for video management, but there are several software take care to pack for you the pictures or draw the best social content to around the net.
Just think of the phenomenon of Social Stars, users who have distinguished themselves on social networks for product quality content, often video, and the number of followers who can engage.
Before being replaced by Japanese artificial intelligence, we have selected the five best apps to download on iOS and Android to manage photos and videos to social networks.
Apple Clips. He spoke since last summer, in the end Apple launched its app for video sharing, while giving up to create their own social networks.
Clips works independently from the main camera, and inherits the basic functions of Snapchat, Prisma and Instagram: you can add videos, photos, emoji, or tracks of songs from Youtube and share the result with any existing company.
You can add the time of day or location, while the unprecedented ability to add text directly with a voice command, without typing anything.
It’s a mashup of all existing video editing app with an extra option: if you send the movie to iMessage, the software will recognize the faces and will advise you to send them the link sharing. It should arrive in April for free, along with the other applications you have purchased yesterday by Apple, Workflow.
GoPro Quik. The app chooses the films to be included and the soundtrack and then automatically mount the long movie. By leveraging an algorithm, Quik is capable of locating the best moments of the movie, select and add transitions, visual effects and audio to compress the whole shot in a few minutes.
If you want you can also set the automatic mode that weekly scans your smartphone, detects new videos and mounts them, separating different places and events based on geolocation and timeframe. In the new version it allows you to access all the photos and all videos stored on your account GoPro GoPro Plus.
And with the new Quik function, the user can download only the time you most want, thus avoiding download the entire video and saving time and transfer data. When you buy a Huawei P10 is already the default in the smartphone gallery.
Viple. An app Italian all that gives a nod to the millennials and aims to become the first social TV for smartphones. Viple creates numerous thematic channels using the best videos posted by the company stars on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Music, football, fashion, extreme sports, surf, skate, famous animals, and many others: whatever your passion on TV Viple the user finds the best video can enhance it.
With the Viple bonus Today, the daily look at the world through the eyes of social stars, a canal built every day by the editors who select the best topical video.
Scorp. This app is a kind of Twitter in video – the most successful of the Vine deceased. The Turkish startup that has developed it has decided to create a kind of video conversation between users around the world that can record short films from 15 seconds on any subject – from Trump to the London bombings to the national football – and share them Network.
Anyone can see them, can answer and can share you in turn also on other social networks. From January to now it has earned 3.5 million active users, with an average of 100 thousand downloads per day.
YouTube UpTime. Born inside the Google incubator, UpTime is the attempt to turn YouTube into a real company where you can share watching a movie with friends in real time.
You can send messages, emoji, and reactions you can find a range of content chosen specially for you according to your tastes or preferences of your friends. For now it is little more than an experiment, but it could become the new way to watch movies and TV series