JamCam is an app that tackles an issue that’s plagued every iPhone user at least once — if you go to record music and video at the same time, iTunes will often be cancelled out by another app.
The JamCam app is Vine-like in that lets you record 15-second videos, using the music in your phone's iTunes library as the soundtrack. The app also lets you skip ahead to a certain point in a song, which helps to set videos to a favourite verse or an epic guitar solo in the middle of a song.
After recording, JamCam clips can be shared to Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, but there’s also an ever-growing community of jammers to interact with in-app. Users can vote up other videos, or be directed to YouTube or iTunes to purchase songs, without even having to leave the app to find out what that song is.
The JamCam App Uses iTunes Audio Tracks to Record Music and Video
1. Uninterrupted Musical Videos - Developing apps similar to JamCam that allow users to record musical videos without interruptions from other apps.
2. In-app Music Communities - Creating social networks within music recording apps to allow users to interact and share clips with other musicians and music enthusiasts.
3. Personalized Video Soundtracks - Developing apps that allow users to use their personal music libraries to record videos with personalized soundtracks.
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2. Social Media Industry - Developing new platforms or features that allow users to share and interact with musical videos created through apps like JamCam.
3. Mobile App Development Industry - Creating innovative music apps that offer social and interactive features to appeal to a diverse range of music enthusiasts and musicians.