iVideoCamera Brings Video Capability To All iPhones

by Gaurav Kheterpal on February 2, 2010

iVideoCamera Brings Video Capability To All iPhones

iVideoCamera Brings Video Capability To All iPhones

The  iPhone 3GS launched in June 2009 was the first phone from the Apple stable to offer video capabilities.  No earlier variants of iPhone offered video support and despite being touted as the undisputed king of smartphones, users had to live without video on their beloved iPhones for a long time.
However, the good news is that now all iPhone (new or old – doesn’t matter) users can get video features on their phones – courtesy the iVideoCamera app. While the solution offered by iVideoCamera is far from being perfect, it’s better to have some video than having no video at all. What’s even better is that the app finally has Apple’s blessings and there is no need to jailbreak your iPhone in order to install it. iVideoCamera allows shooting short videos, saving the clips to your phone’s camera roll and exporting the videos to various social networking sites including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and others. It also lets you email or upload videos through a wireless interface.
The latest version of iVideoCamera is capable at recording video at 10 frames per second and offers a resolution up to 320 x 426. While it’s not match to the iPhone 3G video capabilities, it is a reasonably good solution than having no video at all. It works especially well if you have a large amount of free space on your iPhone.

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Written by: Gaurav Kheterpal. www.digitcom.ca. Follow TheTelecomBlog.com by: RSSTwitter,Identi.ca, or Friendfeed

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