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Create, save and share photo filters with MyCamera for iOS

Apr 02, 2014 - London based indie developer Jens Wikholm today introduces MyCamera 1.0.1, an exciting new photography app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Featuring a huge 188 filters, MyCamera allows anyone to combine and blend special effects, filters and frames to create extraordinary customised images and filters. From colourful tints and subtle contrast corrections to amazing light leak effects, MyCamera app gives users a wonderful chance discover their inner creative genius.

FUNKY - A Vine style camera app with Filters

Feb 27, 2013 - Today Video Clips Ltd are releasing a 'Vine' style app with filters called FUNKY for iOS. Anyone can now create videos and add some flavour with FUNKY's included filters to each scene. The app records using both back and front camera. There is also a HD recording option for saving better quality videos to your camera roll. FUNKY includes Facebook and Twitter sharing and save to camera roll if the video is not for everyone.

VidLib - The World's First Stock Footage App

Nov 21, 2012 - UK based Video Clips Ltd today announces VidLib 1.1 for iOS and Mac. VidLib for iOS and Mac is packed with 30,000 Royalty-Free Stock videos from Getty Images and handpicked video content producers from around the world. Users can license clips with a quick and simple in-app purchase, with videos instantly loading to your device ready for use in iMovie or other editing apps. Professionals can opt to license on-the-go, downloading full 1080p HD by email for editing on computer.

Turn your iPhone videos into cash with the VidCash app

Nov 20, 2012 - UK based Video Clips Ltd today releases VidCash for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. With VidCash, users can shoot and submit short creative video clips and earn royalties through their sale via VidLib, the the company's popular stock footage app. The app also enables users to edit their clips using either pre-set or fully manual custom colour sliders and filters. Submitted clips are reviewed and published directly in VidLib, where content buyers can download them for a license fee.