Apple's Clips App for iOS Gains New Soccer Graphics, Poster and Label
May 21, 2018 2:08 pm PDT by Juli Clover
Apple today updated its Clips video app for iOS devices to introduce new soccer assets ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, set to kick off in Russia on June 14.

Apple has added new soccer graphics that can be added to video clips, and there's a new soccer label and a soccer-related background poster that includes customizable text elements.


Today's Clips update comes several months after the launch of Clips 2.0, a new version of the app that introduced 360-degree selfie scenes, a feature limited to the iPhone X and its TrueDepth camera.

Clips, for those unfamiliar with the app, is a video editing app designed to allow users to combine several video clips, images, and photos with voice-based titles, music, filters, and graphics to create enhanced videos that can be shared on social media sites.

Clips can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

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13 weeks ago

Do most of the people commenting on this post realize that Apple is not a monolithic engineer that only works on 3 things at a time? There are so many employees each working on different aspects of things like productivity software, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, services, front end development, etc etc etc. Yeah, it's not wrong to be frustrated with Apple not fixing existing problems, but this article is not the barrier to that happening.

You make a perfectly valid point, and I agree with you. Unfortunately, when the majority of news coming out of Cupertino is focused on window-dressing like this, one is certainly within his or her rights to wonder how the ship is being steered. ;)
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13 weeks ago
People actually use this app?
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13 weeks ago
The new Apple, always focused on the important things
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13 weeks ago
Apple's been listening to our complaints!
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13 weeks ago

Calling a game predominantly played with the hands football seems like a problem to me.

It’s called Handegg.
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13 weeks ago

Who says there's a problem? :confused:


Calling a game predominantly played with the hands football seems like a problem to me.
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13 weeks ago

You make a perfectly valid point, and I agree with you. Unfortunately, when the majority of news coming out of Cupertino is focused on window-dressing like this, one is certainly within his or her rights to wonder how the ship is being steered. ;)


The company is a few weeks away from a major event, what news exactly would they or any other company be releasing right now?
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In US that would mean a different sport.


That’s your problem
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13 weeks ago

Just saw u can add ‘traeme la copa Messi’ but what does it means? Who is Messi?

http://wikipedia.org/wiki/Lionel_Messi ('https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lionel_Messi')
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13 weeks ago
I totally forgot about this app to be honest.
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13 weeks ago




Apple today updated its Clips video app for iOS devices to introduce new soccer assets […]

Apple has added new soccer graphics that can be added to video clips, and there's a new soccer label and a soccer-related background poster […]


That’s funny; the release notes on my iPad correctly use the term ‘football’.
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