A trio of startups stood out at the Tech Cocktail event during South by Southwest Interactive. And their apps and offerings will soon be coming to a mobile device near you.
The Givit video recording app for iOS launched new features at Macworld/iWorld this week.
Texts and videos are both great, and both limited. The mission of the guys at Glide is mix the two media into one, even better, form of communication.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a slideshow is a great way to put pictures together to create a story. Aquafadas's PulpMotion aims to make this process simple, quick, and elegant.
Twitter's new app, Vine, lets you record and share six-second videos.
Paper, paste, and scissors are still fun, but KidsMotion lets your little ones build animated slideshows with minimal effort and parental frustration.
We put four video editing apps to the test.
Givit's video-editing capabilities make it easy to share somewhat polished video creations with friends and family.
Threadlife lets you create a collage of your life in three-second bursts of video to form an impressionistic thread of the events of your life.
Vyclone is a nice little collaborative video-making app for iPhone, but you have almost zero control over who you collaborate with, which makes it an interesting social experience.