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November 22, 2013

Lightt 3.0 Lands in iOS App Store, Brings Host of New Features With It

The mobile video creating and sharing platform Lightt has released version 3.0 of its software to the iTunes App Store, and the latest update brings with it a slew of new features.

The Vine-like service allows the use of new real-time filters on video clips, such as voice overs and stop motion animation, so it's a breeze to get creative and take advantage of the longer recording times that Lightt allows for.


Lightt 3.0 adds the ability for users to film in landscape mode, or edit existing videos stored on their device.  Previously the app only supported portrait mode, making it difficult to produce well-looking videos.  The final video product can now be shared across various social networks, with new Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Youtube integration.

Clips are stored in the cloud on a video timeline - think of it like an ongoing movie stream. Lightt users can create multiple timelines around a particular theme or meaningful memory, and connect video clips captured by others to enhance the social experience. So if you filmed one song at a concert and someone else filmed another, it's easy to remix them together into a single clip.

On the subject of music, Lightt 3.0 comes with the ability to add music from your device. The song starts and stops automatically with each tap of the button for optimum synchronizing.

“Our best life experiences are usually more than a few seconds long, but that is beyond the capability of most mobile video apps,” said Lightt CEO Alex Mostoufi. “Lightt removes these limitations and makes it intuitive to edit clips so you can share and remember more of your life.” In addition to the above, Lightt 3.0 is now natively compatible with iPad as well as with iPhone and iPod touch.




Edited by Cassandra Tucker


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