Today iOS 8 launches, and along with it, a whoooooole bunch of apps are being updated to support the new software. It's a veritable avalanche of updates, but we're going to dig up the very best ones for you. Give us a shout in the comments if you find any more!
Vimeo for iOS has been updated with support for AirDrop, a new feed, and other improvements. AirDrop lets you take the videos you sync for offline viewing and share them with friends. The new Incoming feed connects to Facebook, and videos shared by your friends will appear there over time.
If the latest rumors turn out to be correct we could be looking at social photo and video integration in iOS 7 by way of Flickr and Vimeo support, most likely added to the existing social sharing options of Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. The story comes by way of 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman:
Vimeo’s universal app for iOS has been updated to version 3.0 today. The changes focus on the iPhone and include tab-based navigation, a new view called Feed that allows you to browse new videos, and support background uploads while you continue to watch videos in the app. Users can also now share videos using the built-in iOS sharing features.
The video sharing service Vimeo has updated their iPhone app to also include support for the iPad. Additionally, the video editor now also has Vimeo Music Store integration, and you also have the ability to simultaneously watch a video while browsing other clips.
Add Vimeo to the list of YouTube, Ustream, and Stickam -- sites and services making H.264 versions of their content available for iPhone and other mobile platforms either via the web or via apps.
We won't beat that drum too loudly right now, but H.264, and the new video tags in standards-based HTML5 are where we truly hope the web is headed. No reason a service that prides itself on quality shouldn't get