YouTube Capture for iPhone and iPad goes iOS 7, gets more editing features

Slowly but surely Google is working through updating its portfolio of iOS apps, and the latest is YouTube Capture which just went iOS 7. Not just that, but in the jump to version 2.0 the folks from Mountain View have added some additional editing features to help you shoot better videos. The full changelog:

  • Stitch together multiple clips into a seamless video
  • Rearrange or trim individual clips
  • Add a soundtrack from your music collection or Capture's expanded audio library
  • Improved support for multiple accounts or channels
  • Major bug fixes and stability improvements
  • iOS 7 compatibility improvements

It still doesn't offer the creative control that something such as – the equally free – iMovie does, and uploading to YouTube from iMovie isn't exactly a painful process either. But, if you're in for a stripped back, convenient way to shoot some YouTube clips on your iPhone or iPad, then this is the one for you. Grab the latest version at the App Store link below.

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YouTube Capture for iPhone and iPad goes iOS 7, gets more editing features

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Did you get a new phone recently? I was under the impression it was just free to people that bought a 5S or 5C recently.

Also, hope this app works better. Had issues with it posting in the past.

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Did you get a new phone recently? I was under the impression it was just free to people that bought a 5S or 5C recently.

Also, hope this app works better. Had issues with it posting in the past.

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I forgot that YouTube even had this app. I've been using iMovie for as long as I can remember. I then upload to youtube. Anyone know how the YouTube app compares to iMovie?

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