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Apple’s video creation app Clips available for download on iPhones and iPads

Last month, Apple launched its ‘Clips’ video creation and sharing app. The app is now available for download from the App Store.


Clips allows users to create short videos by adding photos, filters and music files available on their iPhone and iPad devices. These videos can be then shared with other iOS users via Apple’s own Messages app, Instagram, Facebook and other social networks.

The app also includes something called ‘Live Titles’. The feature creates animated captions and titles using just the user’s voice. It’s also possible to add comic book filters, speech bubbles and other effects to the Live Titles.

Clips comes with numerous pre-loaded music tracks to choose from, which are automatically adjusted to match the length of the created video.
Users can create videos in real-time using simple controls. They just need to touch and hold the Red button to shoot live video and photos. Moreover, users can capture images and videos already available in their phone library.
Apple recently rolled an update for its Music app on Android. The update introduces a revamped design, as well as new features like on-screen lyrics and more.

The company says that the new design is aimed to bring more simplicity and clarity to the app. The ‘Now Playing’ section can now show lyrics of the song that the user is listening to. Along with this, the Library section has been updated for easier navigation.
The updated ‘For You’ section of Apple Music can now provide recommendations for playlists, albums and more, based on the users’ music choices. Album art display has also been enlarged, and users can browse and listen to Beats 1 Radio.

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