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Discover the best bits from video clips and make them social

Developer description

Now you can swipe videos for best moments highlighted by other people! *** Connect to the ... More

Editor's review

Published 14 Dec 2012

One of the more interesting aspects to reviewing and testing the massive amount of apps that come through the FeedMyApp doors these days is to spot the ones that could be the next Instagram or the next Pinterest. Most don't have a hope in hell of reaching that pinnacle but occasionally you come across an app with unique features and a social element that you know has a chance of reaching the top of the mountain. ClipClock is one of those apps. This video and photo sharing app for mobile not only let's you see and share the best videos across your social networks but it also gets straight to the money shot.
ClipClock has had a lot of good publicity of late with features in the influential TechCrunch, VentureBeat and the Wall Street Journal. It also raised US$2.5 million in investment for mobile development and distribution after becoming the recipient of Microsoft's Startup Accelerator Participant where they received first place among 300 startups. They also received a grant from the Microsoft Seed Fund. So as you can see, there are a lot of people with a lot of confidence in it's potential. So why do we think ClipClock has a chance of hitting the big time? Well, what it does is to allow you to swipe videos from places like YouTube and Vimeo and see the best moments that have been highlighted by other people. This allows you to see all the moments you love really fast as well as being able to share and comment on them with friends and interested viewers through Facebook, Twitter and Google+ via your iPhone. Shoot your own video or create new clips from existing ones and get social.
ClipClock definitely has the potential to be the next big thing, that's for sure. Their aim is to change the way that people watch and share their videos. The fact is, this video discovery app, gets right to the heart of why a clip was posted in the first place. What you really want to see is the moment the skateboarder creams himself as he tried that new trick rather than all the stuff that leads up to it. And that's exactly what you get with ClipClock. Discover new clips quickly and share them with your friends and other viewers and get social by commenting.

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