TapFactory Apps releases TweetVid for iPhone - Twitter Video Uploading
December 3, 2009 in Social Networking
[prMac.com] Newark, NJ - TapFactory Apps today announced TweetVid 1.0, a new app for the iPhone 3GS that is the easiest and most elegant way to record and upload your videos to Twitter. With a sleek and easy to use interface, uploading videos to Twitter was never so appetizing.
TapFactory explains, "While designing TweetVid we pursued a more themed approach to make using TweetVid not only a utilitarian experience, but a fun and cinematic experience. Doors slide open, buttons pulse, and a subtle array of sound effects play to complete the themed experience." TapFactory continues, "We also aimed at making it an integrated experience with other Twitter apps, so that users can easily use it in conjunction with their favorite daily Twitter app."
* Record a video from within the app or select one from your Camera Roll
* Trim a video to any length you would like
* Resume a video upload if you get a call while the upload is in progress
* Set TweetVid to open your favorite Twitter app once the upload is complete
* Videos recorded from within the app are automatically saved to Camera Roll once upload is finished
TweetVid uses the free TwitVid uploading service to upload videos to your Twitter account. TweetVid posts to TwitVid's site, then publishes the link as a post to your Twitter Account. Logging into your Twitter account through TwitVid allows you to manage your history of posted videos.
* iPhone 3.1 or later
Pricing and Availability:
TweetVid 1.0 is only $0.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Social Networking category.
Founded in 2008, TapFactory develops apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch that are elegant, intuitive, and designed with the end user in mind. Our philosophy is to strike a harmonious balance between form and function that lives up to the Apple legacy. The company is based in Newark, NJ. Copyright (C) 2008-2009 TapFactory. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.