For those who have been longing for iLife-quality apps on the iPad, iMovie just might be the start of something special. The new iMovie app demoed atlooks like it will deliver something significantly more advanced than the disappointing iMovie app for the iPhone 4.
The app will support multitrack audio recording, same-timeline scrubbing and clipping, gesture support, and even a waveform editor for audio. A voice-over track can be added via the iPad's built-in microphone.
Instant video sharing support includes YouTube, FaceBook, Vimeo, CNN iReport, and iTunes. The app also supports AirPlay for direct streaming to an Apple TV, and has a built-in set of themes, like its Mac iLife big brother.
The new iMovie app be available March 11 for $4.99, and will be a universal app that will support the iPhone 4, 4th-generation iPod Touch and iPad 2.
Now that this and GarageBand are finally heading to the iPad, when will iPhoto make its way over?