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Bryan M. Wolfe
| December 17, 2012
Record Life's Moments Using Google's New YouTube Capture App For iPhone
Google has had a busy December. Just days after releasing Google Maps into the App Store, the company has unveiled YouTube Capture. The free app makes it easy to post videos of life’s events on a number of different social networks. [caption id="attachment_366669" align="aligncenter" width="551"] YouTube Capture[/caption] Through Google's signature minimalistic design, YouTube Capture users are able to record videos up to 100 seconds in length and share them via YouTube, Google+, Facebook, and Twitter simultaneously. Each video, which is linked automatically to the iPhone's camera roll, may be enhanced using color correction and stabilization. Plus, it is possible to add trim and a YouTube soundtrack to each video. The app also includes three security settings: Public, Unlisted, and Private. Take a look: YouTube Capture looks promising and is available now in the App Store. See also: The Official YouTube App Finally Goes Universal, Siri Loves Google Maps Too Even Without A Jailbreak, and Tuber+ For YouTube Is A Promising New App For iPad.