Google Buys iOS Video Editing App Developer Fly Labs, Get the Apps Free While You Can

Google Buys iOS Video Editing App Developer Fly Labs, Get the Apps Free While You Can

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Google has acquired Fly Labs, a company that made numerous video editing apps for iOS including Clips, Fly, Tempo, and Crop.

The company announced the acquisition on their site:

Our mission at Fly Labs has always been simple: to help people make the most of their photos and videos. We make video editing apps because we believe that there’s no better way to stay connected with your memories than by engaging with them creatively. In the last 18 months, our video editing apps have been downloaded more than 3 million times in over 150 different countries. More than 20 million videos have been created with apps made by Fly Labs.

We’re excited to continue on our mission by joining Google and the Google Photos team in Mountain View, California. Google Photos is a home for your life’s memories, powered by Google’s machine learning and computer vision technology. It’s a perfect match for what we built at Fly Labs, and we’re looking forward to folding our technology into Google Photos. We’ll be pouring the same passion into Google Photos that we poured into Clips, Fly, Tempo and Crop on the Fly.


Notably, all Fly Labs' apps are now completely free with no in-app purchases. Unfortunately, the apps will be removed from the App Store in three months and won't be updated any further but they will continue to operate.

Here's a look at the apps:

Clips:
The simplest video editor in the world. String clips together into one great video. With just the right features to tweak things, you can turn your collection of clips into a masterpiece, in minutes.

Tempo:
The app for SlowMo & Timelapse. Combine fast and slow like never before. See how dramatic your videos can be when you choose exactly when to speed up, and when to slow down.

Fly:
A fast new way to craft videos. Editing video can be fun and playful. Discover how simple gestures can allow you to get creative with video.

Crop:
The cure for vertical video syndrome. Do you forget to turn your phone sideways before recording video? You have vertical video syndrome. Use this simple app to fix your vertical videos.

Get them while you can!


Google Buys iOS Video Editing App Developer Fly Labs, Get the Apps Free While You CanGoogle Buys iOS Video Editing App Developer Fly Labs, Get the Apps Free While You CanGoogle Buys iOS Video Editing App Developer Fly Labs, Get the Apps Free While You Can

Google Buys iOS Video Editing App Developer Fly Labs, Get the Apps Free While You CanGoogle Buys iOS Video Editing App Developer Fly Labs, Get the Apps Free While You Can
Naganu Nanu - November 8, 2015 at 4:14pm
Why to get an abandonware app? Better forget they exist, just like I did with Sparrow.
Matts - November 8, 2015 at 12:31pm
If an app is removed from app store can I restore it later from iTunes backup to a new iPhone I'm going to swap to? Just curious
*#%+=*^*! - November 8, 2015 at 7:52pm
If the app was removed from the appstore, might as well save it in your itunes library. If it is not anymore working with future updates then you can delete it.
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