How to Put Video on Your Mobile Device to Work - Page 3
Shozu (RECOMMENDED): This inexpensive app ($.99) and web based service allows you to very easily post photos, videos, and text to all your favorite sites with one click. Handles Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and MANY more. A very easy to use and flexible app.
PixelPipe: Very similar to Shozu, but their iPhone app that I have been using for a long time has mysteriously disappeared from the AppStore as of 8/2011. Supposedly, they’re coming out with something new, but there isn’t any detailed information on what they’re doing.
TwitVid: (RECOMMENDED): An excellent free app to easily post videos to both Twitter and Facebook. I wish this app would give you the link to the video it created so you could send the video via e-mail or text – but you have to go to the web site to find that iink.
qTweeter (RECOMMENDED): For those with Jailbroken iPhones, I’d recommended taking a look at qTweeter. It’s a great application that you can quickly open, write an update/tweet or record and send a video to Facebook or Twitter.
3. GOAL: Share videos to A Specific Group Of People (private or public)
Beyond Facebook, there are many applications and networks that have been specifically designed to allow you to host and share video with a group of people — often with better tracking, quality, and a video blog look and feel.
Posterous (RECOMMENDED): Posterous and Tumblr (see next) are very similar. Both allow you to create a public or a private stream/blog that includes video (as well as audio, pics, text, etc.). Between the two, I like Posterous’ UI more and the fact that you’re not limited to video length. In addition, Posterous seems to integrate better with Twitter and Facebook.
Tumblr: Very popular self-blogging site with strong video sharing capabilities. I do like that it allows a single password protected blog (instead of forcing people to sign-up to view a private stream).Continued on the next page