Today, Google announced a new video calling app called Duo, and it may just be the FaceTime competitor we’ve been waiting for. Or it might just be boring and basic.
VLC used to be the premo app for anyone who wanted to play any sort of video (movies, tv shows, etc.) on their iPad. Sadly, it was pulled from the app store. Luckily, there's It's Playing. It's like VLC except you can download it RIGHT NOW.
What's great about Android is the talented devs who use the platform. Case in point: CVPCS, an Android dev, wanted to use VLC on his Android phone since he used VLC all the time on his desktop. So he built a pre-Alpha version for everyone to use.
OOOH your iPhone videos look SOO NICE. And it's true, the stock cam on the iPhone 4 does a decent job for quick videos but if you wanted to stop being an amateur and use some real tools for video recording, Filmic Pro is what you need.
There are other Super 8 apps on the App Store but Levi's iSupr8 Film app probably does the best at capture the finicky flickery flippity of those Super 8 cams of yore. Best of all, it's free with new features.
More than half the internet is filled with videos and more than half the fun of videos is sharing them. Showyou combines all the videos shared from your friends and turns them into a personalized TV network for your iPad. The beautifully interactive 2D wall will give you material to watch for days.
Like attaching a pair of trainer-wheels to your bike, Steadycam Pro stabilizes recording video so you get a neater, less-wobbly result. How does it de-shake your videos? With the use of algorithms, but that's all developer Midnox is letting on. Do check out the video for a look at how much magic the app contains,…