|Initial release||April 6, 2017|
2.1 / January 2020
Clips is a mobile video editing software application created by Apple Inc. It was released onto the iOS App Store on April 6, 2017 for free. It is only available on 64-bit devices running iOS 13.0 or later. Apple describes it as an app for "making and sharing fun videos with text, effects, graphics, and more."
When the app is launched, the user sees the view of the front-facing camera. The app allows the user to create a new clip by tapping on a red record button, or use photos or videos in the device's photo library. Then, after a clip is recorded, it can be added to a project timeline which is at the bottom of the screen. The user can share their project on social media platforms. The user can also add filters and effects to the project. "Live Titles" (which come in several styles) can also be created by dictating to the device.
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