Google has released YouTube Capture, an app dedicated to recording videos for quick upload to YouTube, Google+, Facebook, and Twitter simultaneously. You can also touch up your videos with color correction, stabilization, trimming, and music tracks.

One of the best features of YouTube Capture is not so much for the user, but everyone else who will watch the recorded videos -- forced landscape recording! A disappointing feature of YouTube Capture, however, is that the highest quality of video you can record is 720p even if you're using a device that supports 1080p.

Google has done a great job with YouTube Capture, but given its basic functionality, I can't help but wonder why they just didn't add these feature to the official YouTube app instead of requiring that users use two different apps.

Have you had a chance to try out Google Capture, yet? What do you think? Will you use it even though it doesn't support 1080p?

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