12seconds, the microvlogging platform that lets you record 12 seconds of video and upload it for the world to see, has already rolled out an iPhone app. With the current iPhone technology, however, users are relegated to merely snap photos and record audio over the photos.
The iPhone 3.0 update, however, is expected to introduce video recording, which makes it perfect for 12seconds. While you can use your webcam to record a 12seconds update, the site is probably best for mobile users. Bloggers and developers are already hailing 12seconds as the Twitter killer. What do you think?
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1. Microvlogging - Microvlogging platforms like 12seconds are disrupting traditional social media by allowing users to share short video clips instead of text updates.
2. Mobile Video - The introduction of video recording on smartphones, like the iPhone 3.0 update, presents an opportunity for platforms like 12seconds to revolutionize how users communicate and share content.
3. Twitter Alternatives - Platforms like 12seconds are emerging as potential alternatives to Twitter, as they offer a more engaging and visually appealing way for users to share updates with their followers.
1. Social Media - Microvlogging platforms are disrupting the social media industry by offering a new and innovative way for users to share content and interact with others.
2. Mobile Technology - The rise of mobile video platforms like 12seconds is creating new opportunities in the mobile technology industry, as developers and manufacturers strive to create devices and apps that enhance the video capturing and sharing experience.
3. Communications - The emergence of microvlogging platforms and the introduction of mobile video capabilities are transforming the communication landscape, providing disruptive innovation opportunities for companies in the communication industry.