Clickberry, a Social Video Tagging Startup, Launches Live Tagging Camera

Tag people, objects and moments inside of videos while shooting the video from your Android or iPhone app.

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Tag objects in real time while shooting

Live tagging a video was the quickest way for users to record their videos and spend less time sharing them.

Los Altos, CA (PRWEB) September 12, 2013

Clickberry, a video tagging and social sharing startup, is launching their new live tagging camera for Android and iPhone.

The Clickberry live tagging camera is the world’s first and only live video tagging app for Android and iPhone. The patent pending technology lets users tag people, objects and moments inside of videos while shooting the video by creating a text pop-up anywhere in the video.

By tagging sections in a video as you record, this will save you time at the end by not having to run through the video a second time and adding tags.

“While video sharing is becoming more prevalent these day,” said Alex Babin, CEO of Clickberry, “it was taking longer for our users to create tags of their friends than they wanted. Live tagging a video was the quickest way for users to record their videos, and spend less time sharing them.”

Both the Android and iPhone version apps can be found on their respective app stores. Additionally, Clickberry has browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox to tagging and sharing YouTube videos across Facebook, Twitter, email, or on Clickberry’s own website.

Company page: Clickberry.com
Android App: Clickberry for Android
iPhone App: Clickberry for iPhone


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