With behind the scenes and road videos so important to artists everywhere these days, any help in making those videos easier and better is always welcome. That's why YouTube's new iOS app might be just the thing to take video creation to the next level.
The new app offers a redesigned interface and new editing tools, as well as some new tools for browsing content.
There are three main tabs - Home, Subscriptions and Account, which are just like desktop browser version but now easier to find. The big difference here is that the Account tab offers access to the user's own videos, video playlists, notifications, and viewing history.
What's exciting is the new editing tools, which allow the user to trim videos, add filters and add music. New filters include sepia, 8mm, and a "sketch" option that makes the video look like a pencil sketch.
The app is available for free at the App Store.