Back in December Youtube optimized your iPhone videos for YouTube with YouTube Capture—an app that simplifies the process of shooting video on your mobile device and uploading it to YouTube. The app, which lets you touch up, caption and share videos to YouTube, Google+, Facebook and Twitter was limited to 720p HD video uploads but this week they’ve released a new and improved version that supports 1080p HD uploads.
Tired of all the searching and back-and-forth messaging that goes along with online dating? OKCupid is cutting out all the work that goes along with meeting that special someone online with the launch of CrazyBlindDate, a new app for Android and iOS that will help you get a hot date (or maybe an insane date) tonight, in just a few taps.
Back in September an official YouTube app launched on iPhone and iPod touch, but Apple fans everywhere were asking, “Where’s the YouTube iPad app?” After all, the iPad’s larger screen makes it ideal for watching YouTube videos in bed or on the go. Three months later, YouTube has finally launched versions of the app designed for iPad and iPhone 5.
This morning Vimeo has launched a brand new iPhone app that they’re calling “awesome, sleeker, more beautiful, way awesomer, and also much more awesomer than ever before.”
The BuddyTV Guide app, a channel guide for iOS, Android and Google TV that uses social intelligence and personalization to help users find what they want to watch in 20 seconds or less, has launched an MLB Quicklist in anticipation of the busy playoffs schedule.
If you’re a regular reader here at Social Times then you know that I usually write about online video. What you may not know is that, in addition to being obsessed with online video, I’m also mad crazy about baseball (Go Red Sox!), so I’m super excited to tell you about MLB PrePlay, the official prediction game of Major League Baseball.
Last month news of Apple dropping the YouTube app in iOS 6 had everyone asking questions—how would they get their YouTube fix? When would YouTube be launching an app of their own and what would it look like? Well folks, today your questions are answered as YouTube has introduced their new official app for iPhone and iPod touch.
It’s a pretty undeniable fact that using cell phones in cars can be dangerous. Commercial campaigns feature the victims of texting-and-driving-related accidents, there is a text messaging ban for drivers in almost every state, and even Oprah has gotten in on the action with a campaign to end distracted driving. However, a new app called DriveScribe aims to turn your mobile phone from a distraction into a safe driving tool. In other words, it’s an app that you are actually encouraged to use while you’re driving.
It’s Valentine’s Day and the pressure to plan a fun and exciting date is on. If you don’t have a clue about where to take that special someone (or are interested in finding some cool folks to spend the evening with), there’s a new mobile app in town that just may help you plan something out of this world.
This morning a brand new platform is dropping on the Social TV scene that claims to be a whole different ball game from all the other Social TV apps out there. It’s called TV Dinner and co-founder Adam Broitman says, “We believe our interface is completely unique—not just in the social television space, but in the social media space at large.”