Instagram has secured its corner of the photo sharing market pretty tightly. And, simpler video sharing software like Vine and Instagram Video have really taken off in the past year. There hasn’t yet been a successful attempt to merge those two realms, though. Netomat’s app Spotliter looks to capitalize on that void by giving users the ability to add real-time FX to their iOS videos; a service that people used to have to spend a lot of money and time on to do. Of course, Spotliter doesn’t produce exceptionally high-resolution output. But, think of how many times you’ve sat through entire YouTube videos at 240p. One could easily argue that video resolution is becoming a bit more obsolete as the demand for immediate content is on the rise. Is this quick and easy editing software the way of the future?
We’ve already seen how easy it is to add music to your iPhone videos with Muserk’s video editor. You can mix and match these softwares to make something truly creative. If this trajectory keeps up then the iPhone is about one app away from becoming a full blown movie production facility.