Every great Apple product needs an app that shows off its unique features
The 1984 Macintosh had MacPaint. The 2007 iPhone had visual voicemail and Google Maps. The iPhone 4 had FaceTime.
Steve Jobs offered two tent-pole demos last week when he introduced the iPad 2. iMovie was cool, but GarageBand for the iPad is Apple's (AAPL) new must-have app.
As predicted, it arrived a couple days early, for the iPad, iPhone* and iPod touch
For a summary of the new features, see Apple's (AAPL) press release.
Between downloading, backing up and re-syncing, the procedure took me nearly 20 minutes to update my iPad. When I checked, iMovie and Garage Band had not yet appeared in the App Store.
* For AT&T (T) iPhones only. Apple has not yet said when iOS 4.3 MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Mar 9, 2011 1:31 PM ET
Today, YouTube revamped its video editing page to make it easier to edit YouTube videos.
As first spotted by the unofficial Google Operating System Blog, YouTube today sports a whole new Cloud video editing interface.
Check it out here.
YouTube had previously tried a Flash-based editing system a few years ago called 'Remixer' which wasn't very reliable and therefore unpopular.
'Editor' isn't based in Flash (though the output will be played in Flash if MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 16, 2010 10:41 AM ET
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