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Submitted by SquishyGorilla 854d ago | news

'1 Second Everyday' App Builds Movie Using The Rest Of Your Life

NRM: "New iPhone app 1 Second Everyday gives the capability of making a movie that includes one second of every day for the rest of your life. Through the simple interface, users can savea chronological combination of short clips to form an interesting new take on the video diary." (iPhone, Phones, Software)

fatstarr  +   854d ago
this is epic. hopefully they make multi support for windows and android powered phones,tablets and devices.

interesting logic, I might just start recording 10 seconds of my days now. for fun.
KingPin  +   854d ago
hope he makes it so we can save it to our HDD and transfer it to a new phone and carry on recording coz it would suck having one phone for the rest of your life just to record one second.
SquishyGorilla  +   853d ago
He didn't say anything about transferring to HDD; but the app syncs your video clips to iCloud (and Google Drive when released on Android).

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