An Instragam-style app in so many ways, Viddy has now made it onto Google Play enabling owners of Google-powered phones to edit clips up to 15 seconds long, add retro-style filters then upload those ‘Viddy moments’ to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Price: Free | Platform: Android |Download Viddy Android app
NextKlip Video Sharing
As Twitter launches its Vine social video app we look at five alternatives where you can capture and share mini clips from your smartphone or tablet
The battle for social networking supremacy has just got interesting with the launch of Vine, a visual social app that let's you upload, edit and share six second clips of the world around you. Currently only available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users, the move by Twitter signals its intent to pull away from social networking newcomers like Facebook-owned Instagram and Google+.
As is seemingly the case with most new apps Vine has not been without its bugs or issues on launch days, so if you are finding Vine fiddly to use, want to share longer video clips or don't own an iPhone or iPad here's five alternatives worth checking out instead.