You don’t always need the skills or the software to put together a great video. Got footage? Then all you need is the Clips app, which lets you put together a cool video in the easiest way possible. No laptop/PC, no software, no editing skills. This is the ultimate video creation app.
The beginning of every January not only heralds a New Year but a new set of New Year's Resolutions which often end up going out the window by February. If you're one of those people who needs a little help sticking to them then this blog may just do the trick. If a healthier and more fitness based lifestyle is on the cards this year then these 5 apps could make or break how well you conquer this fresh batch of resolutions. So why not dive in and see what they have to offer.
With over 3 million apps on the Google Play Store, you’ll never run out of apps to choose from. New ones are added daily but, as we get closer to the end of the year, let’s take a look back on some of the best apps in 2017.
Apple’s TV App combines your films and TV programmes from a range of services into one place and it’s finally launched here in the UK, I’ve been using it on my iPhone, iPad and Apple TV over the weekend and here is my App review.
There’s been a recent surge in ‘Lite’ apps - these are smaller versions of popular applications that are designed to work on a low speed mobile internet.
These kinds of apps were typically designed for countries like India where internet connectivity in some regions may be limited. Despite this, they serve some purpose for us in the UK, too. In this blog, I take a look at some of these applications.
With apps like Spotify, Netflix, and Google Music supporting offline content, it only seemed like a smart idea for YouTube to offer an offline video service.
This is already possible with YouTube Red, but unfortunately the service still hasn’t come to the United Kingdom. Today, we have renewed hope for offline video support thanks to a new YouTube app called YouTube Go. Here’s what we know about YouTube Go so far.