According to a 2017 survey by the GSMA, 5 billion people now have a mobile device, with 90% of the world living in an area with mobile access. In fact, Mobile Internet usage has grown at such a rate that it has overtaken internet access via desktop by nearly 12% in the US. Even in many developing countries, there is an increasing trend for web access by mobile only.
What are the best video apps for Android? It's not easy task to find the best video software. Here are top and most downloaded video applications of all time. Find the top video calling app for secure video chat. Best video editing apps are available to help you with making custom videos. Create funny videos for your kids or family video memories. It is up to your imagination.
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In March 2015, YouTube launched support for publishing and viewing 360-degree videos, with playback on its website and its Android mobile apps. Parent company Google also announced that it would collaborate with camera manufacturers to make it easier for creators to upload 360-degree content recorded with their products to YouTube. However, in 2017, Google and YouTube began to promote an alternative stereoscopic video format known as VR180, which is limited to a 180-degree field of view, but is promoted as being more accessible to produce than 360-degree video, and allowing more depth to be maintained by not subjecting the video to equirectangular projection 
For example, ads for health & fitness apps often feature images of fit healthy people. For action games you’ll notice they often use custom images that show of the characters or amazing graphics. Finance apps tend to show people, money and use the colour green a lot. While educational apps tend to show the app running on a device and often people holding that device.
Shooting and sharing videos has never been so easy, with a wide selection of mobile apps available to capture, edit and distribute your footage. Some are squeezed-down smartphone versions of powerful, desktop, video-editing software, while others are inventive new tools for the Instagram generation of social sharers. There are specialist video-making apps for special effects, stop-motion and even virtual reality film-making, and novelty apps to raise a smile with face swapping or retro filters. Here are 20 of the best apps to try in 2016, whatever your level of expertise.
If you're reading this, the odds are good that you've probably watched a video online before. Most of these videos are filmed with standard cameras that capture everything in the direction in which they're pointed. Once they're uploaded to a streaming website like YouTube, the steps for watching them are usually pretty simple: click the play button, sit back, and enjoy.
Named the most engaging shopping rewards app in 2017, Shopkick allows users to earn Kicks just for visiting a shop and gives them the opportunity to earn extra Kicks for performing tasks, such as scanning certain products in the app. Users can then redeem these Kicks for iTunes vouchers, restaurant vouchers, movie tickets and lots more- including charity donations.
Once your video is exported to a mobile device, to have your audience jump into the full experience, consider picking up a VR headset. Quality of the headset can range anywhere from purchasing a cardboard VR viewer for a few dollars to investing in a higher end model. You may want to even consider going the extra mile and picking up a headset that that includes an audio plugin to create that surreal virtual reality environment and take your viewer into the scene.
Viewed by many as the the location based application with the most potential, Foursquare has over 55 million monthly active users worldwide and received 12 billion check ins in its first 9 years. Foursquare encourages users to check-in at locations in return for virtual badges and points. It works across various mobile devices, and businesses can offer their own rewards to customers that check into their location.
A mobile yellow pages with reviews and offers for everything from restaurants to shopping to hairdressers and so much more. With an average of 29 million monthly app users, Yelp allows businesses to list for free on the site, targeting users with offers and rewards. Yelp also provides businesses owners with the opportunity to engage with their customers both privately and publicly within the app, helping to establish a more personal experience for customers.