Torquay, United Kingdom (PRWEB) January 24, 2014
Guy Branston, the creator of the innovative Get Noticed app is pleased to announce its launch. Get Noticed provides mobile users with a free, unique, cutting-edge way to view videos on their iPhones and iPads.
Get Noticed is an app created for detecting, tracking and highlighting individual movements or objects of interest in a video. This app is primarily designed for athletes who can use it to get noticed and showcase their talents by tracking and identifying themselves on film.
With this pioneering app, users can either capture a new video using the built-in camera on their device, use their camera roll to find a saved video or download one from YouTube. They can highlight, track and edit movements of interest on film. Get Noticed also lets users save their videos and share them with everyone on their social media platforms and email contacts to maximize exposure.
“Putting yourself out there is one of the biggest things in sports. You need to put yourself out there to get identified and get seen, and that’s why we’ve called the app Get Noticed,” said Guy Branston, the independent developer behind the app.
“Get Noticed is a great app that I will be using time and time again for my job. It’s so important to identify players’ movements in my job and this app can do that quickly and easily, saving me time and the club money!” says Matt Neil, Plymouth Argyle F.C., Football Analyst.
But Get Noticed is not just for sports. It is a very versatile app with many different uses, such as business, educational or entertainment purposes. For example, parents can use it to highlight their kids’ movements in a busy park or graduation ceremony and share their videos with friends and family.
Despite its enormous offerings, Get Noticed maintains a very professional, stylized interface and user-friendly controls and operations.
For more information about Get Noticed, visit the website at http://www.getnoticedapp.com/.
The Get Noticed demo video is also available by visiting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmWLzuvc7WA&feature=youtu.be.