Google have today announced their way to allow YouTubers to record, enhance and share videos on the YouTube platform with the release of the new YouTube Capture app for both the iPhone and the iPod Touch. The app will simply allow you to record video as and when you want to, after which you can write captions and select the networks you would like to share your video with, the app will even do all of this in the background allowing you to upload without staring at the progress bar for a decade.

The app will also allow you to control who can see the video once uploaded, be it public, private or even unlisted.

There will also be some adjustment features within the app allowing you to easily use various features like colour correction, stabilisation and even trim the length or add a background music.

The app is available for free from the App Store today and will be making its way to Android soon.

Source: YouTube Capture

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