Lomotif hopes to make iOS music video creation as easy as possible with its app of the same name. Lomotif gives users the chance to import three or more video clips, choose from millions of songs for the video, and then takes care of the editing.
Via a partnership with iTunes, users can choose to use 30-second previews of songs from iTunes, even without owning them, and can export their finished music video in two formats: a 30-second Lomotif video or a 15-second Instagram video, complete with square formatting perfect for the video and photo sharing platform.
If users wish to edit their videos, the app supports dragging and dropping frames to highlight the best portions of each video, and users can add additional clips to an existing project before exporting it. The more videos added to the project, the shorter the resulting clips will be.
A title can be added to the video for a finishing touch, and the finished versions of music videos can be shared back to the device’s camera roll for later uploading to YouTube, Whatsapp and other platforms of the user’s choosing.
Lomotif is free for early adopters for a limited time. You can follow the app going forward on AppData.