Short videos social sharing is trend, a massive one. Although lots of apps are trying to get their share in this new market, just two are getting the most of it: Vine on iOS and Cinemagram on Twitter. The popularity of the first one got boosted when Twitter acquired it a few months ago. However, since its app is only restricted to iOS, Cinemagram took advantage on Android OS (iOS version also available).
Actually, Cinemagram is the most-used app of this kind on Android. That's not just because there's no Vine for Android. It is because its features. It's set in an user-friendly interface (Holo) which make easier creating, sharing videos and navigating through the app. Hold to record a video and release to stop it. You've got 5 seconds, so record and stop it as many times as you want within that time. After that you can apply different filters to your video, add caption and tags (that works like Instagram or Twitter hashtags). That's it: your "cine" is ready to be shared. You can choose to share it via Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr or generate a Gif.
In addition, you can navigate through the app and watch the "cines" your friends are sharing, like, comment and re-post it to your followers. From "discover" tab you can watch popular "cines" worldwide, follow creators and message them.
In brief, Cinemagram is the most popular Android app for short-video sharing by now. And it's worth it.
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by Manu , Appszoom
May 24, 2013