Sharing your perspective through video captures sounds and energy the way photos cannot. Whether it’s talking with long-distance loved ones through video chat or capturing special life experiences, video adds another layer to the way we communicate. Using one of several video apps, it’s easier than ever to point, film, share and watch video.
Here are some video apps worth checking out:
Viddy – Use your iPhone to capture, beautify and share exciting life experiences with ease. Login with your Facebook or Twitter account and use cinematic packs to help transform your clips into stunning videos for one-click sharing. Watch other videos and read your comments. A real-life, real-time movie studio in your hands, this app has infinite film possibilities.
socialcam – Record any length video with socialcam and share it directly to the vast public cloud, your social networks and SMS. With millions of users uploading videos from all walks of life, socialcam’s Facebook app platform lets you watch any socialcam video, with the option to share what you’ve seen with friends. Similar to the popular photo social network Instagram, you can apply filters to give the video a different look and feel, follow your friends, give likes to other users’ videos and leave comments.
viewdini – viewdini puts shows and movies from Netflix, Hulu Plus, TV networks, cable providers like Comcast XFINITY and more in your hands with one mobile app. Sift through millions of online videos, even the services you are already subscribed to. viewdini tells you whether the content is free or takes you to where you need to go for access.
Color for Facebook – From a simple interface, Color lets you show your Facebook friends 30-second broadcasts of what is going on around you. Post broadcasts quickly and directly to your Facebook profile, hosted on the Color website. Color also shares vivid photos directly to your phone and has the ability to upload multiple photos at once.
Qik – The mobile version of Skype, Qik uses front-facing camera smartphones to connect with other registered Qik users through video chat. Qik also doubles as a social video sharing app, posting high quality videos directly to social networks that friends can watch right from your profile.
Whether you’re sharing the action around you or watching the world through someone else’s eyes, these video apps put thousands of perspectives in the palm of your hand.
Have you used any of these video apps or others? Which is your favorite?
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