djay 2 and vjay, the epic music and video mixing apps by Algoriddim, have been updated to support the new 64-bit Apple A7 processor in the iPhone 5s. What does that mean for those of us less interested in silicone architecture and more interested in making great music and videos? According to Karim Morsy and Michael Simmons, it means features that simply weren't possible on mobile before. Here are the stats they shared:
Yahoo! has released Screen, a video app that brings on-demand content from several providers, including Comedy Central, ABC News, and The Onion, along with video from the web. You can select popular videos or find something to watch on your own, and share videos you like with Facebook, Twitter, and email.
If you use Netflix on your iPhone and iPad regularly to find and discover new shows and movies, you may take into consideration ratings before you decide what to watch. Contributing to ratings always makes a community a better place and Netflix is no exception. You can even rate shows and movies on Netflix right from your iPhone or iPad.
There's undoubtedly come a time when you've found a video on YouTube that you'd like to share with someone else. Fortunately, the YouTube app for both iPhone and iPad makes this incredibly easy to do and gives you loads of options to do it.
If you have a YouTube account, you can easily add videos you want to remember to watch to your Watch Later list in just a few taps. It's a nice feature for times when you come across a video you want to watch but don't have time to right at that second. Instead of weeding through searches in order to find it again, you'll be able to access it in just a few taps inside the YouTube app for iPhone and iPad.
MixBit, a new video stitching app by the founders of YouTube, lets you record and create videos from several different clips that can be as short as one second or as long as one hour. Similar apps such as Vine or Instagram limit videos to only a few seconds. For larger projects and more editing tools, MixBit takes video stitching to a new level.
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.
If you watch a lot of YouTube videos on your iPhone or iPad, you've probably already found that there aren't a lot of options if you don't fancy the official YouTube app. I've always felt it wasn't very full featured and by a happy mistake, stumbled across Tuber+ for iPhone and iPad last week. Not only does it have the same features of the official YouTube app, but adds even more that many regular YouTube users want.