Google’s New YouTube Capture App Records And Uploads Video Directly To YouTube

Google’s New YouTube Capture App Records And Uploads Video Directly To YouTube

Google just released a new app that is going to make it even easier to share all your funny and embarrassing videos on YouTube. YouTube Capture is a new iOS app by Google that records videos and uploads them to YouTube straight from your iPhone.

YouTube Capture is designed to get videos on to the video sharing service as easily as possible by keeping the interface clean and simple. Once you open up the app it’s ready to record and after you stop recording a video it’s immediately ready to upload to YouTube. It’s simple and awesome.

Here’s a video of how the app works:

Google’s New YouTube Capture App Records And Uploads Video Directly To YouTube

The features of YouTube Capture are incredibly basic, but it’s a big improvement over the iPhone’s built-in camera app. If you don’t want to upload a video to YouTube you can still save a video to your Camera Roll and save it for later. The app even comes with color enhancement tech so your videos look better too.

YouTube Capture is available in the App Store right now, for free.

  • volodoscope

    Wow that’s a GIANT hand!

About the author

Buster HeinBuster Hein is Cult of Mac's Senior News Editor and lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Twitter: @bst3r.

(sorry, you need Javascript to see this e-mail address)| Read more posts by .

Posted in News | Tagged: , , , |