YouTube have released their new product YouTube Capture.
This app allows iPhone and iPod Touch users to share video easily and then “upload videos to YouTube, Google+, Facebook and Twitter simultaneously, or share privately with friends and family”.
There is also a nice auto enhance feature that offers “automatic colour correction, stabilisation, trimming and music tracks”.
We think this app will be successful in encouraging users to add content to their YouTube channel. We are yet to test the app and see how good it’s editing features are, but we expect them not to disappoint.
Check out the YouTube Capture video below to give you a little insite into the app in action:
This release provides a number of important bug fixes, including:
• Addresses an issue where some music videos may not play on Macs equipped with NVIDIA GeForce 9400 or 9600 graphics.
• Resolves an issue where iTunes may unexpectedly quit when deleting a playlist that has the iTunes Sidebar showing.
• Fixes a problem where iTunes may unexpectedly quit when connecting an iPod to a Mac equipped with a PowerPC processor.
• Addresses an issue where some music videos may not sync to an iPod, iPhone, or iPad.
iTunes 10.1 came with several new features and improvements, including:
• Use AirPlay to instantly and wirelessly stream videos from iTunes to the all-new Apple TV.
• Sync with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 4.2.
• Provides a number of important stability and performance improvements.
The new version supports push notifications for Gmail and Google Calendar. Alerts can be refined to sound off at certain times of the day.
There is also improved search-as-you-type that will recognise certain queries and provide the intended results in real time. Currency values, flights, stock quotes and weather will all show in live results.
Google Mobile App is available for iPad, iPhone and iPod but is not available in every country yet.
The US Marshals Service on Friday arrested Apple worldwide supply manager Paul Shin Devine for money laundering and wire fraud relating to leaking iPhone and iPod secrets. Officials accused Devine of taking over $1 million in illegal payments from iPhone and iPod accessory makers in return for internal data that helped them negotiate better terms with Apple. It’s unclear what was transmitted from what the San Jose Mercury News had learned, but the companies were material suppliers from mainland China and Taiwan, South Korea and Devine’s native Singapore.
The ongoing discussion about if the new iPod Touch will have a camera or not there is now talk about a front facing camera. This would make sense seeing as there is talk that FaceTime will appear on the new Touch. Here are the latest pictures spotted:
So this is what we are saying:
- Yes there will be a front and back camera on the new iPod Touch
- Yes it will include the use of FaceTime
It makes the most sense. It is an iPhone without the phone, it will be able to use FaceTime with the wireless connections, it makes sense.