June 2, 2013
Twitter's Vine is arguably the video-sharing app of the moment. But as you may already know, Vine is limited to sharing six-second looped videos only. So, if you prefer sharing videos at greater length and with potentially more substance, you'd have to use another app designed for the purpose. One such app is VideofyMe, which has just received its 4.0 update. VideofyMe lets you create and share videos enhanced with filters, fading effects, and even background music. With VideofyMe, you can record a series of clips, each with its own filter mode, and combine these clips in the app's editing studio. In the editing studio, you can easily reorder your clips before merging them into a single video. The resulting video can then have a fade in or out effect and background music taken straight from your Music library. You can upload your video for the rest of the VideofyMe community to see. You can also share it on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, and other services. And with VideofyMe 4.0, the aforementioned steps have been made easier with the app's redesigned interface. It's easier on the eyes, too, as it does away with the app's dark theme in favor of a light one. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, VideofyMe 4.0 is available now in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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