Apps

Best video editing apps for iPad: iMovie, Pinnacle Studio, Videon, and more!

Apps

Best streaming video apps for iPhone and iPad: Netflix, Amazon Instant, Plex, and more!

Apps

RealPlayer Cloud wants to be your go-to app for watching, storing, and sharing video

Apps

Horizon: The one app everyone who takes portrait, sideways, and crooked videos needs to straighten them out!

Apps

Instagram Direct now lets you send private and group messages

Apps

Flipagram lets you easily create short videos with your Instagram and Camera Roll images

Apps

Vine update lets remix your posts, save them for later

Apps

Create artsy movies with Spark Camera for iPhone, complete with live filters

Apps

Cameo for iPhone lets you create pro quality video and collaborate with friends in real time

Apps

RealNetworks unveils RealPlayer Cloud

Apps

djay 2 and vjay update for 64-bit Apple A7 chip, bring desktop class mixing to iPhone 5s

Apps

Yahoo! Screen aims to reimagine video for mobile devices

iOS

How to rate a movie or tv show with Netflix for iOS

How to

How to subscribe to a YouTube channel with the YouTube app for iOS

How to

How to share a YouTube video with someone from the YouTube app for iOS

How to

How to add a video to the Watch Later list in YouTube for iOS

Apps

MixBit for iPhone lets you record and create stitched together videos of up to one hour in length

Apps

Tuber+ for iPhone and iPad review: YouTube the way it should be

Apps

YouTube Capture updates with support for iPad

Apps

Givit Video Editor for iPhone goes social with Video Stream

< >

Infuse plays videos in multiple formats, keeps track of what you watch

Infuse plays videos in multiple formats, keeps track of what you watch

Infuse, a new app that can play video in several formats, has been released for iPhone and iPad. Infuse supports fourteen file types for videos, including MP4, M4V, MOV, AVI, WebM, and WMV. You can add videos to Infuse through iTunes syncing and file sharing, email attachement, and Dropbox. Artwork and information about your videos will be downloaded where available, allowing you to keep your library organized.

Infuse has robust subtitle support, and users can either take advantage of those found in the app or add their own, as Infuse supports a variety of subtitle types as well. Infuse can also connect to trackt, a service that keeps track of the shows and movies you watch, keeping you informed about new episodes and making recommendations about new programs and movies. If you have a large video library with multiple formats, check out Infuse, now available in the App Store.

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is a news reporter for iMore. He's also chilling out and having a sandwich.

More Posts

 

2
loading...
3
loading...
63
loading...
0
loading...

← Previously

Time for those six second 'selfies' with latest Vine update

Next up →

Feed Wrangler aims to make you forget about Google Reader, make RSS easier with Smart Streams, filters, and more

Reader comments

Infuse plays videos in multiple formats, keeps track of what you watch

3 Comments

Awesome!!! Needed something like this to quickly put stuff on my iPhone without having to worry about format first! Thanks.

Does this support DTS audio? There are other apps that are similar but they have lost the DTS support.