Sprint First With Video Ringers
Mar 14, 2005, 10:49 AM by (staff)
Sprint today became the first U.S. carrier to offer downloadable video ringers. The ringers cost $3.00 each, and are initially available for the new Sanyo MM-5600. Customers can identify individual callers with clips of the latest music videos. Sprint is planning to add movie, comedy and sports clips as well. The company today also launched downloadable video screen savers, for $2.50 each.
Video Now Playing On Spotify's Android App
Spotify has launched video content in its Android app. Users can now browse through video and audio clips from a wide variety of content providers, such as ABC News, Comedy Central, and ESPN.
Apple's New Clips App Offers a Fun Way to Create Videos
Apple today announced Clips, an app for the iPhone and iPad that lets people piece together photos, videos, and music for sharing on social networks. One of the core features is called Live Titles, which lets people create animated captions by using their voice, rather than typing.
Clips, Apple's Video Creation App, Gains Disney Characters
Apple today updated its Clips mobile video application with characters from Disney movies and new graphic overlays and posters. Apple says several classic Disney characters, such as Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Daisy, can be added to videos complete with animations.
Google Photos Can Sort of Fix Your Shaky Videos
The latest version of Google Photos for Android devices includes a new video stabilization tool. Google's software goes beyond what the individual phone's own hardware and software do to improve videos.
Verizon Adds Casting Support to iOS go90 App
Verizon Wireless updated its go90 mobile video app this week, making it possible to push content from the iPhone to TVs via Apple TV and Chromecast. Verizon says the app has a new design with simplified navigation, and now more visibly curates video content based on category, such as action, comedy, drama, or reality.