January 26, 2014
The popular one-second video snippet app 1 Second Everyday has just been updated with a new social feature. Released a year ago, 1 Second Everyday is an app that lets you compile a video stitching together one-second snippets from a series of days in your life. It's developed by Cesar Kuriyama, who successfully raised funds for the creation of the app through crowdfunding. And now, Kuriyama has updated 1 Second Everyday with a new feature called 1SE Crowds. Sponsored by Naked Juice, 1SE Crowds is basically a new section in the app where like-minded users from around the world can contribute one-second video snippets to themed communities. At the moment, 1SE Crowds invites you to upload your favorite second of 2014 so far. And it's set to open its channels for submissions that have to do with the Super Bowl or the Olympics and, seeing as Valentine's Day is just around the corner, with love. New themes are apparently set to be posted every two weeks. And 1 Second Everyday can remind you about them accordingly, unless you disable 1SE Crowds reminders in the app's settings section. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. The latest update to 1 Second Everyday also includes the following improvements:
Also including various bug fixes and interface tweaks, the new version of 1 Second Everyday is available now as a free update or as a new $0.99 download. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 6.1 or later. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
- The Share Button now automatically saves Mashed Videos to your Camera Roll, which has native options for Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, etc...
- Added a link to 1SE Support Forums via the Settings area - check here for application Announcements, FAQs, and additional Technical Support if needed.
- App settings now include a button to re-run the one time timeline cleanup process from the last update.
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