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A video montage of your trip through a city is an awesome way of showing your friends what you were up to. How about an app that lets you create instant short films using all the clips you take, spice it up with some music and text – and share them with your friends, on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr or embed?

Cameo is a new app developed specifically for iOS 7 that lets you create short films with your video clips.

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Here's more about the app.

Cameo iPhone App Review

Video Walk-Through of Cameo iPhone App

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Cameo is both an app and a social community where users can create, edit and merge video clips to form interesting short films. Unlike Vine or Instagram Videos, Cameo yields the power of video editing and merging to bring a new experience for its users. For people interested in making even more interesting videos, Cameo is the perfect app.

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Developer: Dhvanesh Adhiya
Price: Free+

The way Cameo works is simple. You can either use video clips from your Camera roll or record new video clips. They get added to a set that you can edit. Video clips are restricted to six seconds (an important part of videos involving multiple video clips is editing them to short clips so as to keep them interesting).

You can edit the length of the clips, the sort order and add text too with built-in font effects. Once you're done, the previews are created and the video is ready for download or share.

As an app, Cameo is not just a tool to make short films with your crazy little videos. It's also a thriving community of people who upload their own videos. It's as much Vine/Instagram but it's much more interesting.

As for the specs, the rendered videos are in 720p HD and can be downloaded directly to your iPhone. You can also share it on your Cameo profile, on Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr. Also, there is an option to embed videos on websites.

Cameo works only on iPhones and iPads running iOS 7 (or greater).

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Price: Free
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Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

  • Christine Smith

    It seems make the video merging very interesting and easier, but it is a pity the app only works for iOS 7….