Photodex, a leading provider of photo and video slideshow tools for consumers and photographers, has announced the launch of its video slideshow app for the iPad and iPhone, ProShow Web.
The app lets users easily mix photos, videos, text and music together into professional-quality video slideshows. It integrates with popular photo sharing platforms so users can create videos by importing their photos from their Camera Roll, Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, 500px and SmugMug accounts. The app is free to use for a 15-photo video. Unlimited, full-length videos start at £3.10 per month and plans can be purchased in-app.
Whether you're a professional photographer or just want to show off your weekend getaway with your friends and family, the Photodex ProShow Web app gives you powerful video creation capabilities in the palm of your hand.
Attractive, custom photo and video slideshows can be created anywhere with the ProShow Web app. Users simply pick a theme, grab their photos, add a song or two and the app instantly creates a polished video slideshow, ready to share or fine-tune.
- Dozens of professionally-designed slideshow themes suitable for occasions like a birthday, wedding, or family reunion, plus more general themes for travel and everyday photos.
- Hundreds of one-touch special effects for photos, videos and text.
- Video clip trimming and the ability to mute video sound on/off.
- Instant sharing to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Email or Camera Roll.
- Make as many slideshows as you want for free.
- Option to upgrade to Plus or Premium plans to unlock more features, like HD video creation and longer, un-watermarked videos. Plans start at £3.10 per month and can be purchased in-app.
- Current ProShow Web subscribers can log in and use the app free. The app integrates with Photodex's ProShow Web online video creation service allowing new and current users to create slideshows from any browser or directly through the app itself. All content is created, shared and stored seamlessly in the cloud.
For more information, visit the Photodex website