ClipClock Review – Watch social videos
On December 19, 2012
App Type: Uncategorized
By: Future Services LLC
Version #: 2.1
Date Released: 2012-10-23
Developer: "Future Services" LLC
Price: 0User Rating:
Have you ever wondered how many videos your friends post to Facebook or twitter? No need to. ClipClock will collect them and show them: the social media hub for your videos.
If I had to define ClipClock, I’d say it’s like Flipboard for videos. You connect your social media accounts and the app displays all videos shared in a beautiful way, in your iPhone. Handy. No need to go from the Facebook app to Youtube to Vimeo. ClipClock does it all.
In addition to its social media streaming abilities, you are not restricted to people you follow: you can also switch to “discover” mode and check what people are tweeting and sharing in Facebook. Get the real vibe, in real time!
Finally, the app lets you upload your own videos or images, rounding up a very interesting social video app.
In short: A good addition to anyone’s iPhone.
Would I Buy Again:Maybe
Who Is It For:Anyone can use it
What I Like:It's a neat idea
What I Don't Like:Nothing, it's good
Final Statement:An interesting social video app
Now you can swipe videos for best moments highlighted by other people!
*** Connect to the ClipClock Hub
*** Discover great videos shared on social networks
*** Highlight & share the moments you love
Featured on TechCrunch, Wall Street Journal, VentureBeat, TheNextWeb, SocialTimes as new popular video clipping mobile service!
Connect to the service to watch friends' and interesting people's videos they share on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. ClipClock supports YouTube, Vimeo and other video platforms and will greatly enhance your social video discovery on mobile!
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