Qwiki Relaunches as iPhone App That Combines Your Photos and Video Into a Movie

Posted February 7, 2013 at 5:08pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 8117 views

Qwiki, formally a sort of video Wikipedia, has relaunched as an iPhone app that combines photos and videos from events you've captured into brief shareable movies.

With one tap, Qwiki automatically creates beautiful movies from the events captured on your iPhone or iPod touch - providing a rich and elegant way to share your life.

Only The Highlights:
Qwiki groups the best pictures and videos from your Camera Roll, combining them with captions, music and more to create beautiful movies to share with family, friends and followers.

New Memory. New Qwiki.
Turning your most recent experience into a Qwiki is as easy as tapping the app's magic wand. Don't like what Qwiki creates? Each movie is fully customizable through drag and drop editing, song selection, and optional filtering.

Public or Private? You choose:
Send your Qwikis to whoever you choose via email or SMS - or post them to Facebook, Twitter, and embed a Qwiki on any web page. Make a Qwiki public to encourage comments and likes from others, who can follow you for more.

You can download Qwiki for iPhone from the App Store for free.

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