Latest Clippit 2.0 Enhances Video Clipping and Sharing Experience
FREMONT, CA: Didja, a mobile app and web service company, launches Clippit 2.0, the latest version of its free mobile app. The app enables the users to instantly clip and share the live TV moments through social media. The app is now available on iOS and Android.
The update has a redesigned user interface and a new search function, making it easier for the users to search their programs. The clips can be created only when the show is on the air or shortly thereafter. Moreover, the clips can be only as long as 30 seconds.
The update also includes a new upvote/downvote system that tracks popular clips and the TV-Fans that have had the most influence for their TV-Shows on the social web. In addition, Clippit 2.0 plans to increase its network offerings with the addition of more sports channels and begin regional coverage for local news and sports starting in the Northwest and Southeast.
"We're excited to introduce new features and more channels into our latest version of Clippit, which creates an even more engaging experience to encourage and enable clip generation and discovery," says Jim Long, CEO, Didja. "Clippit will continue to work with media companies and content providers to improve the app and ensure that TV fans who create, comment and share clips will continue to be covered by fair use law. The Clippit platform only monetizes clips that are the subject of agreements with the applicable content owners."
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