There are more than a few Instagram clients for Windows 8, but they usually have too many features and are difficult to use. Instapic from Applyf is different because it offers many of the functions you’ve come to love on Instagram with added features that enhance its functionality, like easy uploading of images to your account.
VivaVideo from QuVideo is a free video editor, so what makes it different from the rest? For one thing it allows you to make videos with storyboards and even use slow motion effects, and you don’t need to do a lot of editing. With it you can quickly make a video story you can share with friends even if you’re not an expert.
BuzzFeed is a well-known website that specializes in updating you on the latest viral online content. BuzzFeed News is their long awaited iOS app (Android version coming soon), and it’s got all the news that will entertain, surprise, amuse and educate you.
Periscope is an app that lets you stream live video anywhere in the world on your mobile device. Courtesy of Twitter Inc., Periscope makes it easy to transmit video in bite sized sessions, and you can even save them on replay for later viewing. Everything from live events to friends engaged in fun activities can be streamed here, taking social interaction to another level.
If you watch a lot of movies you’ll notice that in many cases the subtitles are not in sync or just completely wrong. In that case you might want to use a program like Subtitle Edit, an open source application that does exactly that, edit and correct movie subtitles.
Posting images on Instagram is fun, but wouldn’t it be even cooler if you could bring those pictures and videos as one? With Replay Video Editor from Stupeflix you can do just that. It works similar to a slideshow but with more options, and it is easier to use; so even if you’re not a techie getting this to work is a snap.