Vimeo has released a new app for iPhone, allowing users to film their own videos and upload them while on the move, as well as browse through the video library. The free app, v3.0, introduces a new tab-based UI for easier navigation between the new Feed view, video searches, and the Watch Later queue; it’s also possible to shoot videos within the app, and then upload them in the background.
Alternatively, there’s support for uploading videos shot with other apps, whether that be the official iOS camera app, or another video tool from the App Store. Clips can then be shared, either via Facebook, Twitter, email, or iMessage, or by simply copying the URL to the app of your choice.
However, existing users may find one of the previous features they were used to has disappeared in this new version. The iPhone editor has been deleted, though it’s possible to download and save active projects to the Camera Roll and edit them with third-party apps.
You can find Vimeo for iPhone in the App Store [iTunes link] where it’s a free download. Vimeo also has a (slightly creepy) launch video, which you can see below:
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