According to mobile app analytics firm Flurry, video consumption through mobile apps increased by 52 percent in 2012. The increased availability of 4G LTE devices and coverage has changed the way we watch, shoot, share and experience video. Apps like viewdini deliver video content from a variety of providers such as Netflix and Hulu Plus, while several TV networks offer live streaming content through apps, such as WatchESPN.
Real-time video creation and sharing are now a reality with the capabilities of high-speed networks like Streamweaver, a free app that makes shooting video simple and highly social by allowing four users to simultaneously record videos from multiple angles and turn them into one split-screen video. Much like Instagram, people are connecting to friends and discovering content from around the world through apps like SocialCam and Mobli. From shooting and creating to sharing and engaging, the biggest trend in mobile video may be how much we use our devices to watch and create videos now and in the future
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