Google Releases Official YouTube Capture App For iPhone

With its Maps for iOS, Google has been holding a top position iOS app download charts for a while. The Search Giant has now launched a dedicated video recording app YouTube Capture, which has only just landed on the App Store in the Photo and Video category. YouTube Capture looks set to settle those iPhone and iPod touch users who have yearned for a qualified way to shoot and touch up video records before directly uploading to YouTube.

The latest app by Google features similar design patterns that are present in Chrome and Google Maps apps, following the same clean and minimalistic style that feels immediately familiar to those who've at least once used any of Google’s official iOS apps lately. The major emphasis of the YouTube Capture is to afford users the ability to effortlessly shoot and upload videos directly from the embedded camera on their iOS device.

With YouTube Capture Google has attempted to touch up with a different app and then save to upload, rather having to capture with the camera. Once the video is captured, you then have the choice to touch up the creation with color alteration and stabilization improvements. Moreover, you’re also able to trim the video down and add music tracks over the top of it in order to bring it to life and make it stand out when uploaded to YouTube. And then comes the final upload process which lets users share their captured video directly to YouTube, Google+, Facebook and Twitter instantaneously.

With number of similar apps available in the marketplace it should be noted that YouTube Capture is fun, simple and best of all. The app works flawlessly and is built with the same aesthetics really lends itself a positive user experience. 

Being available in the Apple App Store for free, and requires iOS 5.0 or later to be fully functional on your iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. So go and grab YouTube Capture now and do not hesitate to share your impressions in the comments below.


Wayne Williams said...

And people love it. And nobody realizes that the iPhone already had this ability through the native camera app.

download videos said...

Is it available on Android too?


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