Google announced a new iOS app called YouTube Capture that lets users film and upload a video in as few as three clicks, reports CNET. Users can post their videos simultaneously to YouTube, Google+, Facebook, and Twitter, or upload them privately. Advanced features let users perform color correction and stabilization, edit the video length, and even add music. When YouTube introduced its first homegrown app for iOS this year, I asked the team behind it why there was no option for uploading videos to the site. Even though YouTube is moving from pure user-generated content to a site that emphasizes...

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