Major new release of Apple’s app “for making and sharing fun videos with text, effects, graphics, and more.” Headline feature for iPhone X:
Selfie Scenes on iPhone X make Clips even more fun by using the
TrueDepth camera to place you in beautifully animated
landscapes, abstract art, and even onboard the Millennium Falcon
from Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Each scene is a full 360‑degree
experience, so however you move iPhone X, the scene surrounds
you on all sides.
Here’s a perfect example from Rian Johnson.
For an app that only debuted six months ago, Clips 2.0 is an ambitious 2.0. The entire user interface has been redone, and I think it makes everything more clear and obvious. I think Clips is the single best example of a productivity app designed for iOS.
Ryan Christoffel, writing for MacStories, has a really good rundown of what’s new and what’s changed in 2.0:
When Clips first debuted earlier this year, it was unknown what
kind of support the app would receive from Apple going forward.
Would it be another Music Memos, released to the public then
largely left alone? While Clips 1.1 was an encouraging sign of
life, today’s 2.0 clearly demonstrates Apple’s commitment to this
app. And I’m glad for that.
I think Clips has flown under the radar since its release, but Apple seems very serious about it. It’s a big hit, apparently, in schools, where kids are using it to create presentations for classwork using iPads.
And one for the road: Rene Ritchie has a good look at it for iMore.
★ Friday, 10 November 2017