A Kickstarter Aims to Make Editing and Publishing Easy for Vloggers

Vloggr app - Mock Screenshot

The Vloggger app, which is currently in the planning stages, aims to make recording, editing and publishing easy from your iPhone. Currently, there is no single app that allows you to do this. But a Kickstarter campaign aims to change that: the campaign launched June 21 and has already raised a little more then $600. It’s asking for more than $6,000 which will help cover the cost to develop the app and support updates in the future.

vloggr-app mock 2The Kickstarter campaign allows you to pledge as little as $1 dollar up to $50 dollars. Each level offers extra perks such as free invite codes, shout outs, and featured uploads on the Vloggger website. The developers promise that even after the app is released they will continue to support the app.

I believe this is a much needed app. If this app comes to life, it will make vlogging much easier. It will cut the cord for transferring your videos to your computer and allow you to edit and publish your videos directly to YouTube.

How Would The Vloggger App Work?

It would work a lot like the Vine app. You would hold your finger on the screen for as long as you want to record. The clips would then be saved and you would be able to organize into a clean interface. You would then be able to rearrange, rename your clips, preview and then upload directly to YouTube.

I’ve never backed a Kickstarter campaign, but this is one that I am watching very closely. Would you use a vlogging app which allows you to edit your video’s directly from your iPhone?

You can follow the Kickstarter campaign on Twitter or if you have questions, send them an email directly to support@vloggger.com.

It should be noted the screenshots above are only mock layouts.


Matthew Evans

Matthew co-founded Goopply in 2013 and is the Executive Editor. Matthew handles all day to day operations and writes about technology such as Apple, Mobile Devices and Apps. Matthew is a blogger, developer and a former Radio Broadcaster. In his spare time Matthew enjoys hiking, baseball and taking pictures.

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