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12seconds Launches Innovative Video Application for iPhone and Opens to Public
12Seconds calls themselves the, “Video Twitter” and basically what they offer is a service which allows you to record videos with a maximium length of 12 seconds. The videos can be shared and commented on by your friends. The service has grown in popularity since their launch back in July. In our initial 12seconds review, we looked at the comparison to Seesmic.
Today the company is releasing a new iPhone application which brings semi-video to the iPhone. Basically what you do is take three photos of a scene, add up to 12 seconds of audio and then the 12seconds application merges both together and creates a nice movie with photo transitions and sound.
The application is priced at $0.99 and the company believes they have created something innovative since Apple has blocked the ability to record video on the iPhone.
The other big announcement 12seconds is making today is that the site is now open to everyone and has moved from alpha stage to beta stage (whatever that means!).
Here’s a video demo of how the 12seconds semi-video, slideshow application works: