Google’s latest app, YouTube Capture, is pretty self-explanatory. You launch the app, rotate your phone to landscape mode, record your friends lighting firecrackers/skateboarding/saving orphans, add a title and a few adjustments, and then upload straight to YouTube. There are options to share immediately on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, a toggle for 480p or 720p recording quality, and nice extra touches, like the option to begin recording as soon as you rotate your phone into landscape.
YouTube Capture is a straightforward way to quickly capture and share memories on the world’s largest video streaming service, and I’m really impressed by the simplicity of the app and its design language. Google apps have been knocking it out of the park recently, and I’ve been enjoying the show.
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