Viddy, the popular video sharing app that has been described as Instagram for video, is now available for Android devices. An iOS version of the app has been around since earlier this year. The new version has been designed with Android apps in mind.
The app lets users create videos using a camera tool. The tool lets you apply custom video effects with a choice of vintage and futuristic filters. The app is set up to let users share these videos directly to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Tumblr, including adding hashtags and geotags.
The company explained the release in a blog post: “With more than half of all smartphone owners using Android devices, now all of your friends and family can connect through video. Android’s built-in HD cameras capture beautiful footage and the large screens give Viddyographers and viewers a rich experience.”