More and more Americans are taking on home improvement projects for themselves.
The Video Grabber app lets you save copies of videos you watch in your browser to your phone’s memory.
The Dubsmash app lets you record a video of yourself synced to a well-known sound clip – like from a film.
The Replay app removes some of the pain of making your phone’s home movies look better.
You can put filters on pretty much any photo, but the choices are a lot smaller when it comes to video. Cinamatic can help
Time lapse videos have typically been a stumbling block for mobile devices. Hyperlapse – from Instagram – knocks down that wall.
With a lack of high school guidance counselors, the city is posting online videos to help adults help students apply to college.
The viral ice bucket challenge that’s all over your Facebook feed has lead to record donations for the ALS Association.
5by is an app that presents itself as a video concierge, surfIng the best videos for you as determined by your mood and the time of day.
Spark Camera lets you string mini-movies together for up to 30 seconds, which you can then share on your social network of choice.
The SnapSave app lets you save SnapChat sessions without notifying the other party.
The VLC app not only lets you watch videos, but you can adjust playback speed and tinker with several viewing options.
A popular cafe in downtown Philadelphia is closed for repairs after videos of rats running around on top of tables went viral on social media.
The move to iOS 6 took the YouTube button off your iPhone – so if you want to watch videos on the channel, you’ll have to download the app.
The 8MM vintage camera app adds that retro style to your home movies, right down to the frame jitter.