BI Chinese station on April 7th reported
Apple as early as two weeks ago began to rally for the Clips, this free application on Thursday finally App Store shelves.
Like Snapchat or Instagram, Clips allows users to share photos and videos that are longer than 30 minutes, and users can add filters and special effects to these photos and videos.
But unlike Snapchat or Instagram, Clips is not a social network. In addition to the photos and videos sent to friends through iMessage, users can only save photos and videos in the camera album, or sent to other applications.
The user interface of Clips is similar to that of Apple's main camera application, and users can use it to shoot short videos or photos, and then add special effects to videos or photos.
Users can select the appropriate filter from the menu, you can also add photos, videos and other symbols on the photos and videos.