YouTube has unveiled a new free app for iPhone and iPod touch, which allows to use artistic filters when making the clip. The new product called YouTube Capture, which has been added by Google to the iTunes Store, is a must-have app for those who love adding an artistic touch to videos and sharing them just after they’re ready.
With the YouTube Capture free app users can create the nearly professional videos on the go, touch up the clips with color correction, stabilization, trimming, and music tracks, and upload them YouTube, Google+, Facebook, and Twitter simultaneously, choosing the level of privacy (unlisted or public). View the presentation video above to see how the app works.
Yesterday, December 19, YouTube released its “2012 in review. Top news moments of 2012” infographics report, highlighting the events, which got the biggest coverage on the video-sharing site. It has also created the YouTube Rewind 2012 video, which is a humorous recap of the most prominent clips on YouTube (watch it below and spot some famous faces there).