Cloud-based video editor WeVideo brings quick-and-dirty editing powers to Android.
For a dead simple editor that can put together video clips in a flash, WeVideo impresses. But know that it lacks any truly powerful tools to make granular edits. For those, you'll have to upload your project to the Web and finish from a computer.
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The editing tool partners with the Discovery Communications' Digital Networks to incorporate its footage into home movies.
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The service makes its public debut, with $5.5 million in funding. Magisto mines raw, unedited video for top scenes and creates short, slick movies to share.
The online file storage and sync service is more than just a Dropbox and SkyDrive competitor. Because it can cost users real money, it makes us into customers, not just eyeballs for advertisers.