Qik video editing supported on Android, T-Mobile myTouch 3G now available too

Qik video editing supported on Android, T-Mobile myTouch 3G now available too

Summary: The Google Android platform is one of my favorite and as a a follow-up to my T-Mobile myTouch 3G post I wanted to let you know you can pick one of these up starting today at T-Mobile. The more I use the device the more I like it and find it to be a nice upgrade to the G1 if you don't need a QWERTY keyboard. In other Google Android news, Qik announced an update that gives you on device editing capability and speed sharing functionality. Qik is a live video streaming application that runs on Google Android, Symbian, and Windows Mobile devices.

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The Google Android platform is one of my favorite and as a a follow-up to my T-Mobile myTouch 3G post I wanted to let you know you can pick one of these up starting today at T-Mobile. The more I use the device the more I like it and find it to be a nice upgrade to the G1 if you don't need a QWERTY keyboard. In other Google Android news, Qik announced an update that gives you on device editing capability and speed sharing functionality. Qik is a live video streaming application that runs on Google Android, Symbian, and Windows Mobile devices.

This latest update to Qik is the first time we see video editing capability, within Qik, on any supported platform. You select to capture a Qik video offline, then capture the video, and then you can trim the video to just how you desire and upload it to your Qik account. This works similar to how you can trim on an iPhone 3GS. Don't forget you can upload Qik videos to Facebook as well.

Topics: Hardware, Android, Google, Mobile OS, Mobility, Smartphones

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