By Anton D. Nagy | December 18, 2012 3:53 AM
It is one of those rare cases when Google is releasing an application for a competing platform first but, nonetheless, it is out there and it’s called YouTube Capture. We’re sure the status quo won’t remain like this for long and Android users will get the app very soon, but, until then, you’ll have to have an iPhone to get it.
The app offers a simple way of shooting videos and uploading them to YouTube, Google+, Facebook, and Twitter, simultaneously. You can also do some basic editing on your iPhone, like color correction, stabilization, trimming, and adding music tracks. Not only that, but the app is optimized for the taller screen of the iPhone 5, joining the crop of nice applications released recently for the iPhone, made by Google, like YouTube, and Google Maps.